Oxygen Jungle Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... So, I arrived in Kentucky a few days earlier than expected. I saw my sister for the first time in years, and that was nice. However, some family was not happy with my lifestyle. But I guess you can't please everyone.
Anyways, after my short lived time in Kentucky I took off to Sedona, AZ with my niece for her spring break, where we met up with my mom. Simply put, the power of the vortexes here are strong and I could feel them ...
We had invited Craig to come join us in Uvita and he arrived on Wednesday and we took off to explore after he had checked into his room. Marianna had told us of an alternative way to get into the park where they sometimes do not have anyone there taking admission.
Walked out and checked out the beach, Il Sabor which was not open until evening and was quite pricey. When we walked back we discovered a mangrove black hawk in a nest ...
Next stop was Costa Rica. We left for the border at 8 am and were in Costa Rica by 10:00. We made our first stop at the sloth sanctuary, which was fun, but also very touristy. Next we drove to a little beach town called Cahuita. Cahuita was awesome, the food was incredible (great fish) and the beach was chill. I also discovered this incredible salsa called salsa Lizano, which is like the siracha of Costa Rica. It's smoky and tangy...needless to say I bought a huge bottle ...
... plenty early and after a little bit of searching found the Transcopa bus office strategically hidden between bus "gates" 2 and 3 (thank you to the fellow Travelpod blogger who mentioned that – it saved us a lot of grief). The office wasn't even open yet and there was already a line of about a dozen people. I started to get nervous when no one showed up to man the office and it was getting really close to when our bus was supposed to leave. But ...
... s house was nothing much. It was a building with walls and a roof, but it was very worn down. (At this point, I can't remember if there was a floor or not.) There were no windows, but a grate over the window opening. Ronald was in a hospital bed next to it.
The first thing that Ronald did when we walked in was lift his arm to show Robin. He was not able to do that the last time that she was there. It was painful for him, but he was so excited to show ...