The Red Palm Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
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... debris washed up on shore. The coastline here is truly a site. There is a national law where you are only able to build up to a certain distance on the beach, keeping the natural sites safe and pristine.
This mornings yoga class was led by Angela and she did a fantastic job bringing awareness to the breath, relaxing our bodies and opening our hearts. Following yoga, I went to lunch and once again, had a palate cleansing meal with ...
... caught on camera she says as the police crowd around, probably thankful of something to do. Luca takes the initiative and grabs some potentially competition winning shots. Ive also given you something to write about in your blog Uncle Tony, she says. Thanks granny, some more gold :-D
A quick doc visit, a couple of jabs in her bum.......and 2 days painful recovery, at least.....grateful it was only a small stingray. Only a few hours later back at home Luca is attacked ...
... draft. He has it now, and once he gives the final okay, and I complete a good draft of my Handbook I will submit them both to Royal Roads for departmental review... which is sort of like our version of a defense. Who knows what will happen from there... but my goal for this time in my thesis-writing home with heart was just to have it approved by my supervisor and sent in to the university, so hey... Success!!! :-) It seems like just yesterday that ...
... more days.
As for the other two things that happened this week...
I turned 31 years old (WTF?), and had the most magnificent birthday EVER!!!
MOM arrived!!! She is now here studying spanish, sweating her butt off in yoga with me, and biking around on dusty roads. She is definitely the fittest, hippest Mom in the world!!! As my German friend said to me after watching her walk up the hill - Maia, you have ...
We arrived in San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica, and went straight to the Musoc bus station to get to San Isidro (Perez Zeledon). After about 3 and a half hours in the dense fog of the mountain pass, we made it to Perez, and were dropped off at the Musoc station downtown. We had no cell phone, only a number, and a local was kind enough to let us borrow his cellphone to call my friend Terry. Terry, a California native, who grew up in Costa Rica, since about age ...