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There are many factors that influenced our decision to come home early but the fact that Costa Rica is now over-run by American ex-pats - many of whom don't assimilate - was up there. The change in twenty seven years is substantial and it saddens me. Yes, they inject money into the economy but at what expense. In the newspaper last week, there was even a call to do away with Colones and use US currency. Come ...
... in the pool to rescue her), but she can get all the way across the pool by herself. Click here to see a video of Vivian "swimming". Unfortunately, we have all broken out with a chlorine rash in recent days, so we have to take some time off from the pool, much to Vivian's chagrin.
It is hard to believe we will be meeting up with my parents in San Jose in just 5 short days--then on to Tortuguero and Monteverde!
... marching. The drums reverberated throughout the
town as they all marched up and down the streets for hour upon hour. In fact it
was dark by the time the last bedraggled bandsman or majorette climbed tired
and wet into their busses to take them home. Well done, guys. It was a great
show and you sure know how to work up a beat, even the youngsters!
In nearby David I had found an auto spares shop that sold
sheets of heavy duty rubber which was ideal ...
... good today. Life is good today.
Adios and vaya con dios
Yeah I'm leaving GA
And if it weren't for tequila and pretty senoritas
I'd have no reason to stay
... I couldn't believe I was going to throw myself over trees, hanging from a rope! We rode horses to the first platform and my horse was a midget! We all laugh every time I see a photo of me on that little baby! Mike loved this part...horseback riding was his favorite thing on this trip. It was pretty great. The views on the way were beautiful, even though it rained for part of the way. At least it gave me some ...