Las Olas Hotel & Restaurant
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... black beans or tuna for lunch and pasta, smash or rice based dinners. Not the most interesting selection, but would provide us with the carbs and calories needed to work! Once complete, we did a new round of presentations including an environmental session to familiarise us with the wildlife we'd see on phase. On our final evening we had another tasty bbq, enjoying our last meat for a while, followed by Casino Night. As we were closer this time we were the last to leave, so after ...
... states. We're trusting God for victory in both cases.
No cows today! Maybe the fence is working! We'll be back at it tomorrow putting in the last 7 sections. Bill Mackey will accompany Tim Stromstad into San Jose tomorrow (always a privilege) on business at the embassy and with a lawyer.
Many other small projects too. Buenos noches!
... are very noisy like our cockatoos. Our driver kept leaping out to pick fruits and flowers for us to examine and talk about! He even cut off a whole hand of bananas, no doubt to take home to ripen. Del Monte has large watermelon and rockmelon farms in this area, some of which we saw on a short train ride through the valleys.
After the 1992 earthquake the rail suffered so much damage the Government couldn't afford ...
... rainforest teeming with monkeys, macaws, and mysterious beasts, the area around.
The Piedras Blancas National Park was established in 1992 as an extension of the Corcovado National Park. In the east the park borders the Golfito Forest Reserve and connects in the west with the Corcovado National Park by the forest corridor of Rincon. The Piedras Blancas National Park covers 30’000 acres of undisturbed humid tropical lowland primary rainforest and 5’000 acres ...