Hotel Villa Serena
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... force just to keep it from moving backwards, let alone forwards. In the end, we'd done it again and felt just as pleased but couldn't help wonder if there was a reason it didn't make it the first time. Was it weak? Did it have an injury? We couldn't see anything but we did notice it's heart was beating extremely fast but that was probably due to the fact of it nearly drowning. We left it to swim away just hoping we wouldn't see it again. Eggy bread was for breakfast and now just ...
... they sold them in the souvenir shop, so i'm not the only jackass)
-this is the most pics i've ever had of myself on any of my trips. a little fella, Nena's great nephew, wanted so bad to take pics with my camera. his name is "Gordito". you will see why from the pics. but, that's what i mean...honesty..."hey fatty, take my picture"...just wouldn't fly back home.
-the animal farm was very cool. i'm not a big supporter of lockin' animals ...
... landscape. We had a great conversation about our shared passions. He then joined Sylvie, Paul and I on the Arenal Volcano hike. The rainforest was lush and we saw quite a few plant and insect species. The smell was indescribable. The sunset over Lake Nicaragua was beautiful. After a late dinner we turned in for an early morning. Paul would be heading back to San Jose to fly out and Sylvie and I were heading on to ...
... stream Costa Rican houses.
We have had a few baby tremors over the last couple of months but Saturday night we were woken by our bedhead hitting the wall - not a big tremor but enough to wake us all the same. I have been wanting Morgan to experience a decent tremor - he is not so keen.
Emily dropped us at the bus terminal bright and early Sunday morning for our journey to La Fortuna - a small town at ...
... to lift the bag and then started to swim it up. We also saw a guitar shark on the way up which I'm sure I would have appreciated way more if I hadn't been in the early stages of hypothermia. Lifting the bag all went ok actually but when I got to the surface it kept sinking and I thought I wasn't meant to use my air to lift it. So there I was under the water trying to signal than it was sinking and I needed air before discovered I could have used mine. Special. I managed to drag ...