Villa Las Tecas
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... and Bambi made an amazing chicken and rice and beans and salad dinner. His family came over, his daughter and her husband and two grandchildren, Benjamin y Katie. Ben was cheeky and adorable! 2 years old and liked to pretend his hands were spiders to try to scare me... What a love!
I decided to go out to find some wine. I took Bambi's bike which is a little shorter... Found a little store that sold little boxes of wine... Perfect until I ...
... at this school. The whole community will be able to help sustain the nature. It probably won't go all that smooth right from the start but maybe in a couple of years there will be a lot of people that recycle in this area.
The last project I will talk about is the 'Butterfly project'. This project doesn't make me feel particularly useful but it's lots of fun to do. Just like with the birds the park wants to index all the butterflies that visit Barra Honda. Only ...
there’s nothing else you rapidly change your views on such things!). We found ourselves
at the Semiramis Hotel (N9 26.862 W82 31.193) where we could have a room with
our own bathroom with hot water (which round here is quite rare), air
conditioning, wi-fi, and most importantly as usual, really safe lock up, camera
monitored parking for Jambo. All this for $30. And then we had two bonuses on
top. A great restaurant where Diana had the best ...
... sort of degenerated into dirt tracks. the last 50 Kms were more of a rally than a holiday drive. Pot holes were more like craters but with some super navigating from S we found our Cabinas without too much trouble. A main house with 5 cabins built in the grounds about 90 meters from the Pacific Ocean beach. Great location. About 30 degrees sunny humid and still. Greeted by Juan Carlos and his mother ...
... several plates of nachos and are about to shower and fall into bed.
We spent the morning researching some other excursions, and doing a little shopping, and trying to plan what's coming up for the next two weeks. It's shaping up to be action packed.
This morning we said goodbye to Anne Snow's sister Ellen, who had to leave too soon--and we wish she were still here!
Much love and joy from Tamarindo,