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... The traffic was heavy with a surprising number of fully loaded and slow 18 wheelers. Once we turned west toward Guanacaste, the heavy traffic evaporated. The drive became almost leisurely.
Guanacaste is totally agricultural with sugar cane and rice everywhere you look. We also noticed an increase in the frequency and size of the cattle herds…all of them Brahma. September is ...
... daddy long legs which was okay, although some were big and scary, we even found geckos, swarms of ants, 4 hornets nests and a cockroach. We immediately went to work cleaning it. Two big garbage bags full of garbage, swept the whole thing, killed a ton of spiders (Lynsey - 10, Spiders - 1), cleaned out the food and washed a load of sheets and all of the dishes. It was like one of those before and after home shows. We even scored ...
Today we had a nice breAkfast at the beach club. We were able to get a very upgraded unit due to problems in ours. This one has ocean view pool at front door roof top terrace. Great views of stArs at night. Its been a long time since i could see so many. Takes me back to childhood days looking at night sky. ...
... the ceremony were lost and at worst it was like being married by Stephen Hawking.
After the ceremony we had our pipas locas cocktails and then walked back along the beach to Sueno Del Mar and had our photographs done. Photographer was a nice chap from El Salvador, whose missus was from Sheffield. Don't come across that combination much. We then went over to Cala Luna for the meal. The meal was lovely and the setting pretty good as well, under a veranda away ...
... After lunch (yum cheeseburger) we had a dsd workshop where all of us had to use the que cards and pretend like we were instructing discover scuba diving students. My first one was on pressure and I used some standard ones about how you need to have your camera in a housing because of the pressure etc and then I also said that is why you would need a submarine or you would get crushed that far down. Martin decided to question me on this (as apparently ...