- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the bike I was stiff all over
from the effort of shock adsorbing. We stretched for a moment while waiting for
Tanya’s cousin and then we headed off on foot down a jungle trail.
trail was muddy and treacherous but we made our way, the jungle was eerily
quite, it was very cloudy and nothing but the occasional raindrop could be
heard…no birds, no insects, it was strange. ...
... location on the Pacific Fault Line, with their Caribbean coast only a few hours drive from the Pacific. Large powers have intervened in local politics to gain control of a possible shipping route across the ithsmus. Nothing has been built to date but now the Chinese have entered this arena. Their people are "terco" as they define themselves. Tough, proud, and not necessarily welcoming -- first off. Few have emigrated ...
Do you ever make plans & make plans & make plans. Finally, you get so tired of making the plans & just want to do it?? Well, that's how I woke up feeling. Let's do this!
Lunch was already made since we didn't eat it yesterday, so we ate breakfast & headed out to the same destination for a THIRD time. I had never experienced trying to get someplace for this many times.
We are almost ...
... myself that the situation is not life threatening & to be patient, to calm down. The fact that the park closed at 3pm is what stressed me out. Banks open at 11am, parks close at 3pm ~ it just didn't make sense to me. But that's the beauty of being in another country, it makes sense to them. And then being in a place later in the day that you never imagined you would be in, a positive place, both physically & mentally.
... be last & to not fight it! I fell in love with kayaking when we were down here last October with friends. It was so much fun being out on the ocean, laughing & seeing new things. Lots of sea turtles.
Katie, the little girl from NZ, noticed a waterfall, so Carlos (our instructor), took us over to it. The tough part is getting out of that dang plastic thing. I just roll out onto the sand on all ...