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... bikes for the first time we went down the main road and I started screaming at rhea because I didn't have brakes... Shoot! I thought I was going to die for sure. The brakes are in the pedals like they were on my first bike when I was really little. Stopping is always messy too... I break, the hop then fall. It just happens... And my heart starts to beat a little more slowly!
We bought lots of groceries at the market, so we spend less money ...
... for birds you truly only hear the sounds of the nature. You hear leaves rustling in the wind, trees croaking and you hear the birds sing. That's it. No other sounds. It's just you alone with nature (and the other volunteers in my case). Hearing the birds is different from actually seeing them tough. Until now I've been fairly unsuccessful in spotting some birds. But when I spot one I can't help but love every single bird. Some are small and quick. Other big and colorful. Some ...
... then spent several hours driving up and down dirt tracks
looking for a place to camp or stay without success. The locals gave us all
sorts of conflicting directions – some even pointing to locations across an
uncrossable river – so we kept going up the road to Changuinola, a biggish and
busy town less than 20 kms from the Costa Rican border. In Changuinola we found
a gem of a hotel (no, we don’t normally “do” hotels but when you ...
... knows if we will need the 4x4 function. Navigating out of SJ using our new PS friend was relatively simple. Relatively organised road set up albeit on the wrong side of the road. Highway 1 was dual carriageway and tarmac, highways 18 31 and 27 all ok. Beautiful drive through mountains. Stopped at a road side stall to buy local fare plus what can only be described as a cholate Bourbon biscuit choc ice! Then ...
... hair and genuine smiles of joy and we had ourselves a big, beautiful, well-documented day in the sun.
The kiddos took surf lessons--which starts with a lesson in the sand on how to make yourself a glorious and successful surf god or goddess. Our kids are much better than we are at surfing, let me tell you. Last time we were here, the adults all gave it a go. We fell down a lot. We did not exactly surf, per se. Today our ...
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