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... t know if the instructor was just being nice but he seemed impressed by Brian's ability and he said Brian did very well. Following the instructor's recommendations, Brian rented a board for the next few days and tried surfing by himself. That turned out to be more difficult. It is really hard to get the timing right. Without somebody telling you when to start paddling and get up at the optimal time on the right wave was ...
Tropical Central America. Todays destination, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. We had a tour booked for the afternoon, but the morning was ours to explore the coast solo. We enjoyed a quick breakfast, applied a layer of mosquito repellent and sunscreen and headed ashore around 9am. Theres no cruise terminal or port here, just a pier, and just our single ship visiting for the day. Leaving the pier, and bypassing dozens of locals looking to cash in ...
... black. The
owner was an interesting one: a hippy lady with a vested interest in the
surrounding jungle, who terrified the girls with a handful of bugs that looked
like jewels and a crazy dance when it started raining. Our fellow guests were
equally special. As we sat in the kitchen on our first night, in stumbled an
old American ‘dude’ in a huge grey vest and a floppy white hat (his uniform for
the duration of our stay). He was ...
In our early days of travel, during the first 10 years or so that we were married, we would leave behind the busy life in TX and escape to the Mexican Carribean. After a few days in the steamy Yucatan we would settle in to a much slower Rhythm what we called the "yucatan shuffle". In Montezuma, it seemed only natural to do the same. It is hot and humid here during the day and so fast walking ...
... birds we had not yet seen. We heard a hummingbird and Robert was the first to spot it, a blue throated goldentail hummingbird. It has a very distinctive bill, coral red with a black tip. It sat on a limb for the longest time just singing or humming its heart out. We had read about "lekking" which is when the males gather and try to attract a female. Didn't see any other males but he sure seemed to be doing his best ...