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... mountain roads. 3) It will take DECADES (which may be part of the strategy, creating jobs) and 4) the kicker... this job creating project has already sounded the death knell for many thousands of businesses and families. The new 'concrete freeway' has ploughed businesses under, literally, and the ones that are left have no access via this new road. Vehicles are now whizzing by at top speed with no access to a business or even a town. Tell me how this will make ...
... first time I actually used a knife and fork to eat ribs. Plus added to that, I pushed it down with a couple of glasses of my now favourite Malbec red wine. The night was ended as my partner punished the last few hours of my birthday by winning all 4 games of cards, even though she persisted to say that bad luck in games, is good luck in love, which meant that she did love me - fortunately my wine intake that evening was enough to persuade me that was a fictional argument I ...
... to be able to find work on the tourism industry. So, we take our vacation and hope our dollars are supporting the local economy that is so water stressed. Alex's freshman Spanish is not getting tested here. We will get him some chances in the next week. He has the run of this place and is a really fine traveling companion. Vacations take a couple of days to settle into and the very laid back days here are helping us unwind so we can be ready for the adventures ...
... Stephen Hawking would be proud of trying to prove it would be more cost efficient for me to go there tonight by taxi rather than have the awful expense of a hotel in town. 'Bus station' I repeat. 'Only US$80' he repeats. I check my face in the taxi mirror to see if I have 'charity' written across it.
At the bus station, the taxi driver points out the Tilaran bus. It is due to leave in a couple of minutes at 4pm. 'Only US$80' he repeats. I point at the ...
Picked up at 7am, off to Whitewater raft our way to La Fortuna, 2 hour bus ride, off the bus, breakfast before the raft, back on the bus, drive through mountains, low down on survival techniques for rafting, private property, arrive at the river, kit up with our helmet, oar, life jacket, righto, in the boat, no time to loose, Angel our guide, Lauren falls in through the first rapid, Angel saves her, practice rescue, I jump in, freezing water, ...