Lucero Surf Retreats
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... to pay 25 dollars total for all three of us to go in a private shuttle the whole way there (3 hours). We got to Liberia, quickly bought some sandwiches, got a cheap taxi to the airport and sat. Once again, I found a good place to plop (on the ground on the side of the highway) and I fell asleep. His friend picked us up after about 45 minutes. Then on the shuttle... guess what I did... YEP! Slept...
Travel days are long and exhausting, but they are ...
... to take us to our next location. All good - a great front row seat and Rich is happy - he can buy a Cervesa onboard!! HOT!! hauling those bags onto the ferry and then off again not a treat.
Yet another driver on the other side and hmmm, a different, virtually "no shocks in the thing" kind of bus. We drop the other couple and move to front seats where we can grab a bit more AC - whew! off we go again. ...
... trying to find which place was hers. It felt really nice to see a familiar face and especially a family member. After visiting with Janessa I needed a place to stay for the evening. Janessa and I went another cabina where she introduced me to Sandy whom is originally from New Jersey but was managing the Red Frog Villas. After finding out I needed a place for the night she offered me my own cabina as she had no one staying there. This was completely unexpected and I was ...
... last few minutes of work on a project, or the last few lines of a document... and crash boom bang finished dead kaput!!!
Oh - I think I forgot to mention that we were also madly trying to get the new FUN Society website completed and launched by March 1st which was proving to be a wee nightmare ... will send you the link when it is live - SO excited!!!!!
So yah, there hasn't been a spare waking moment since about Tuesday (when I thought I was "yay, ...
... or Friendship) whose territory runs
over into neighbouring Costa Rica. It was green and lush, and why? Because
there was plenty of rain along the way. Seems the official rainy season is yet
to end. But we noticed it was a great deal cooler on the Caribbean coast albeit
still seriously humid. We made a brief stop in the unappealing port town of Puerto
Amirante which acts as a marine terminal for coastal shipping in the region and
a ferry terminal for ...