Buena Vista Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a foreign language and overall still having a good time. Not many people get to do what I'm doing and in this country, most residents do not have the comforts I have back home. No air conditioning, no clothes dryers (luxury), old old old cars as newer ones are very expensive and yet, they are happy. They have everything they need to sustain an easy going lifestyle. So Pura Vida!! Kinda like Hakuna Matata from the Lion King. Needless to say, I was able to enjoy the rest ...
... visited Playa Flamingo today for the first time with Amy. The beach was absolutely beautiful and included massive waves and a massage on the beach if you wanted one. I did not get one, but they looked magical.
At around 4:45 we met up and swam for almost an hour and headed to this restaurant Coco Loco for dinner. The walk should have taken us around 10 minutes, but ended ...
... t too fun. If there is a current at the next site I'm just going to have to take them off and use them on my hands or something or they'll be gone! Supresa wasn't too exciting although we did see a couple of big stingrays. Jade and I were writing to each other under the water and I said to her it was lucky we weren't doing a fish identification dive because there we're hardly any! I started to get really cold towards the end so was glad when we went ...
... that runs along the wire, and were dragging ourselves and gear to the first line. It wasn't scarily high, and the instructors had given us a comprehensive briefing at base so one by one we clamped on and sped to the other side, children going tandem with an instructor.
There were 11 lines in total and gradually, wire by wire they got longer and higher. The kids were allowed ...
... can find any scrap metal or large driftwood to build the "English Tree" and "arch" he envisions. The circular thing will be a paver or cinder-block bench which would be covered with mosaic as a seating area.
A visiting artist will arrive next week. She sent plans for four large mosaic columns to be put on the wall in the garden. She also sent a design for ...