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Our routine at present is coffee in morning, then fasting until around 11 am and then fixing a brunch, siesta, then head down into the village for dinner. The kitchen is quite hot in the evening so this is a welcome plan. We will probably have some dinners upstairs before the trip is over.
During the day we do some exercises, yoga, work on travel stories, and Robert makes trips to the store as needed for supplies. Trying to ...
... instead fold it up and put it in the trash. Takes some getting used to and I forgot a few times.
There's a beautiful beach just down the hill from Luz de Mono and Jill and I took advantage of our final day of sunbathing while the boys threw the football we brought with us in the surf. Drew gave his football away to a little boy when we were leaving the beach. Andrew sold his speargun for $50 to a local guy. Jeffry, our spearfishing ...
... some time. After our swim Matt asked a local who had set up a little jewellery stand how to reach the higher waterfalls and we were shown a steep, slippery ascent up the side of the waterfall. This involved some fairly hairy experiences pulling ourselves up vertical slopes with ropes just in our wet thongs...But the higher waterfalls were beautiful and after we spent some time ascertaining if the pools above the falls were safe to swim in ...
... to have a good sense of how to navigate the waves. But imagine being a pirate in rough seas?! They must have had an incredible sense of the capacity of their ships. At the El Sano Banano hotel where we were staying breakfast was served outdoors (as is the case for most restaurants in Costa Rica). But in the case of our hotel, breakfast came complete with a pair of thieving blue jays. These two birds had a particular affection for packets ...
... to be sharing a
hotel with. The Shining.
Despite the motley crew sharing our accommodation with us,
the scenery was quite incredible, and after surviving the night we went for an
explore. We stumbled down a path through the jungle , and were greeted with a
beach so dystopian it might have been from “The Time Machine”. There was a
strip of sand, but this merely separated the trees from the slashes of black
rock filled ...