La Purruja Lodge
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... other day that I totally agree with. When I am at home, I am actually a pretty picky eater, but when I am traveling I will eat anything and EVERYTHING... I also eat about 20 times the amount of food when I am traveling as when I am at home.
When we came back towards the house I heard the weirdest music. It sounded like those slidy whistles we used to play with when we were little, mixed with weird Navy sonar sounds, but it was loud and it sounded like ...
... we can listen to their songs on the app and then choose which one is singing or whooting outside our door. The app can filter birds that live in this area - we say they are x size, have y colouring etc. and then it shows all the possibilities that it could be. Works perfectly!
Cherrie's Tanagers with bright red on their wings
... beach. One was a lodge owner with his guest and
they were preparing to go fishing for marlin by kayak out into the
Pacific at sunset!
The three of us ate a few of the snacks we had brought and the guys had a beer and then it was time to head back.
course I was worried we would not make it back before the tide was out
but I need not have worried because when we arrive back, the tide was ...
... new place on each visit here. This time it is only a hour away. We are in Puerto Jimenez, with our friend Jef who worked at the finca. This is on the tip of the Osa Peninsula where the Gulf and the ocean meet. We walked in and immediately were treated to one of Jef's tasty desserts - chocolate cake with chocolate icing. His hotel has a gigantic pool and it ...
... and send our kids to that school. Check it out--it's in Costa Ballena.
We are starting to miss (some of us) home and think about our animals (can you guess who?) and family and friends. We love you all lots and hope that this will serve to remind you that we are out there, sending love and blessings to you all spread out throughout the states and the world!
Much love, and apologies for no photos.