La Purruja Lodge
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... and fish that were darting around in the pools. The waves that were crashing into the rocks were sending up a huge spray so it kept us entertained for a while trying to get some good photos!
On the way back from the beach, 4 male and 1 female Great Curassow crossed the road in front of us. They are big black birds that look like they have mini afros due to their spiked ...
... too obsessed with this little one and honestly, I am considering buying an extra bag just to bring her back with me. I know everyone will love her at home, but I have a feeling she would be missed here. If you say “Kendra, ojitos!!!” (little eyes) she scrunches her face up and makes her eyes squinty and gives you a smile that rivals mine as far as number of teeth shown at once. Then if you say “Kendra, besitos!!!” (little kisses) her big ...
... in now are courtesy of my co worker, Callie, who happens to be an amazing photographer. She was kind enough to send them to me to complete my blog.
We continued on for another hour, turned around, and then returned. We weren't so much walking at this point as stumbling like Freshman in college after their first party (the exhaustion had gotten to us). This time, we won the battle against ...
... took on the renowned surf and checked out the small town at the bottom of the hill and bought a personal stash of eggs and coconut oil to meet my elevated nutritional demands – a daily yoga class can take its toll after nearly 6 months with next to no formal exercise! After meeting Pat and Christie, the owners of the farm, I was told things would start rolling on the Monday when I would be assigned jobs for the month.
By Saturday the yoga teacher trainees and ...
... spit of land hook peninsula that takes off from the Osa Peninsula and forms a sort of little bay.
The Golfo Dulce is on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other.
If you get there in the early morning and it is clear you can see Volcan
Baru in Panama. We have done that on previous trips but the morning
tides were not in our favor.
Visited with a group of the people
that were there ...