Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thunder and see the lightening. Thank god we weren't close to any metal or up high or anything... NOT! I was a little nervous but we were really close to the end. It was an awesome trip.
I biked home in the pouring rain to grab dry Zumba clothes and then went to eat wings at the bar Arriba, where I met MORE of Bambi's friends... EVERYONE is best friends with Bambi... They are all gorgeous too... One guy named gato has perfect moreno ...
... and "words of wisdom" - 3 wonderful young women have called it in the past week. I do know though that it is always different when the words come from someone else's mother - just odd.
So time to take a deep breath, appreciate all that life has presented and does present, living every moment to the fullest, because you just never know. Life is so rich, so vital to live every little second and cherish every moment. And to take in all with enormous gratitude.
... 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 ...
... fairly disappointed. It matched the description of packed sprawling
urban metropolis pretty perfectly, and the one old colonial square we came
across did have a nice old church in it, but was then surrounded by branches of
every single fast food chain on the planet crammed into every available
building. SO after a bit of an odd assortment of Costa Rica’s destinations
sampled, we headed to the airport to fly to Colombia and South America.
... the morning, breakfast, hide from the midday sun, swim in the sunset, dinner and drinks. There were some differences like being invited by the hostel folk to join in with their bonfire, and on our last night we played cards and learnt new drinking games, Time moved at a different pace here - infact it seemed to have no place, where these 4 days could so easily turn into years.
I heard someone return from a ...