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... lives is quite the dance. One wants to share so much, to help our children through pain and suffering, to ease their steps along the way but such sharing sometimes seems wrought with difficulties which always indicates that such wisdom is not needed. As Poppa always said, "once they leave the womb - it begins the separation for children to learn to stand on their own". It just seems so odd to me as a mother because the children of other's of the same age seek me out, request ...
... complements the dramatic scenery, it really is beautiful. Over the years, it is obvious that the tourist industry has really taken over and driven the prices up sky high. I couldn’t believe it, especially after travelling down from other cheap countries in Central America. The average amount that you would spend on dinner, in one of the tourist towns, is around $20. And that is getting a good deal. Oueff. Steep.
... and Scotland were all drawn in and mesmerised by this place.
There isn't a great deal to do here, in fact it's so hot between 12 and 4 that most people take shelter in the shade, from here we can watch the iguanas and lizards lazing on the roof and hear them scuttling around. The 4 days we spent here were bliss and came around so fast - it was a shame to end. The days pretty much had the same theme of ...
... appropriate filetype... oh, but now it is magically over their MB maximum. Figure out new plan. Find random people on Facebook to help... they try to upload. (PS... how AWESOME and wonderful are people??? People all over Canada, some who barely know me... trying to help me out... so humbling and heartwarming!) In the meantime, I am sending the project via googledrives and begging them to accept it that way... eventually Lara gets notification that they have my project ...
... mostly hosteling it. We picked them up on Sunday morning and went up the mountain to San Isidro. It's only 33 km from Dominical but takes about 50 minutes due to the climb and the curves. It's totally worth the trip!!! What a beautiful drive. We stopped at a restaurant for lunch and had the most breath taking view of the valley!
Since it was Sunday, traffic was lighter, and they were able to show us, in San Isidro, where the market was. It is Thursday from ...