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Travel Blogs from Playa Carrillo
... the road watching me. I thought that was cute.
After getting our cheese, we headed back to the cottage to rest. I am now working on my blog, checking my e-mail and facebook.
Oh yes, we saw another wonderful sunset today. I played around with my camera once again using the "magic" button. What that magic button can do!! lol :)
It is currently 9:31 pm at night. It sure feels a lot later. I think I will go and take a shower. I feel quite dirty from zip lining.
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- Organic vegetable garden, lots of flowers and fruit trees on our trails and right outside your door
... fresh fruit, and bbq's. Sunday is truly family day in Carrillo. Kids were everywhere building sandcastles, teen boys were playing beach soccer (football) and grandparents lounged in the hammocks and we just blended in. Local fishermen were selling Ceviche from their coolers. Naturally, I wanted to sample, but the thought horrified Robin, so I passed.
It wasn't long before the waves called me and I headed out with the board. In the course of an hour, I was only able to ride ...
... entirely, and thankfully without incident. We just locked the bikes to a palm tree and sat in the shade on our sarongs for hours. The only effort made was the walk from the tree to the water to cool and play in the waves.
About 3 we headed back to the hotel for some pool time. I like the beach but I get so much sand in my lady business that I fear making a pearl. The pool is a great way to get rid of the sand and end ...
... named Albia's home, where we learned about coffee. Albia grows coffee beans, dries them out, mashes them to remove the shells, roasts them, grinds them up, and finally brews the coffee. The group tasted the fresh coffee, fresh honey, fresh water apples (a rare Costa Rican fruit), and fresh oranges while on Albia's property. The team lounged under the canopy of tropical trees for an hour or two and then headed out. Right as we were leaving, we saw an ...