Hotel Las Brisas del Pacifico
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... On Xmas day the kids opened a present each and we headed to Playa Carrillo for some beach time. Great local scene there- lots of locals celebrating Xmas at the beach. We bought some yummy ceviche from a guy walking around selling it out of his ice chest and after a few hours headed back to the house for a Xmas feast of grilled dorado (mahi mahi) and tamales that our neighbor down the street made for us. It was an incredible 5 days and a wonderful way to spend the ...
... The best part about all of this is my lesson was free. I paid 3 dollars to rent the board and that was IT! Again... traveling with a local is the way to go. I have been SOOOO lucky on this trip!
Now I am writing the blog and watching how pencils are made and Friends on TV. Life is good.
Until next time, I will be floatin' in the wind...
Love, hugs, and girly kisses,
the flyin' dandelion
... played with her. After
unpacking we walked to a bar down the street and had a beer to take the last of
the edge off after the drive and apartment hunt. When we returned we found we
had accidently locked the kitten in our room, we put her out but she was soon
at the door gain. Carmen’s love for cats overcame her and she brought the
little thing in to sleep with her.
next morning we awoke ...
... Alberto drove us over to the tubing area, where we were combined with a few other tours (about 20 people in total). We were expecting tubing to be like the Lazy River at a waterpark, but on the way we were told that our flip flops may come off in the rapids but we weren't prepared with any other footwear -- the other people with us seemed to have gotten the memo or at least knew what they signed up for. So, we were a little nervous as we walked with our ...
... get less I suppose.
From Cuahita we wandered up the Caribbean coast to Puerto
Limon, a rather drab and commercial port town, and then inland to Paraiso on an
attractive and scenic mountain route aiming for a hostel just outside Paraiso
called Brewha (N9 50.083 W83 50.466). It turned into a navigational challenge
par excellence to get to Brewha; unbeknown to us (and of course to both GPSs)
there had earlier been a major landslide on the direct road ...