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... and my brother Matt and already introduced her to mom!) We went on excursions here and there and chilled on the beach together. She gave me a refresher course on snorkeling, promised me her hot French brother also named Matt, and knew how to make a badass smoothie! Even though she almost stood me up for my goodbye dinner, I will cherish her friendship always! There is even a chance she may meet me in Malaysia this fall!
... there were 2 of them, 500 meters apart) got really caught up on el Burro's title being labeled Reconstructed. They didn't know what it meant, other than what their dictionary told them (basically, piece of **** car), so they were on the verge of denying me entrance. I took them out to inspect el Burro, and within minutes they gave me the stamp of approval. Only 2hrs...can't complain too much. But I hope this isn't a continuing ...
... I know it sounds strange
but I don’t really like being waited on all the time which I am at Norma’s. I
like to cook and make my own plate, with a portion I am prepared to eat. I
fried up the egg and cheese. The cheese was a common type I have eaten a lot
here, it is firm and does not melt much, the best way I can think to describe it
is as “squeaky cheese” because it squeaks on your teeth… it is and it ...
... was finished I helped him care for a downed
calf. Ernesto said his neighbor had not wanted to pay for treatment and just
gave the young bull to him. The joints of one of his forelegs were swollen and
he had not stood willingly for almost a week. He was still eating well and
holding his head up so Ernesto thought he had a good chance. We hauled the calf
up and Ernesto left me to keep him standing (which involved holding on to his
... it to me gently that despite being a surfer, my wife would be better at it due to my lanky frame... I was outraged and protested even as I continually fell off to the laughter of said wife.
After four days of soaking up the sun and knocking back the local ale whilst watching amazing sunsets, we decided to head north along the peninsula to Tamarindo, a mere 150km journey that took over 5 hours due to the road conditions.
We were ...