Club Del Cielo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... window seat at the very back of the plane. I was sitting next to 2 chines people and I felt really claustrophobic. I could not sit there for 15 hours!! So I told the girl working there that I had a knee injury and needed to sit somewhere else. So I got a seat in the middle of two men from America. At the exit. They were really nice. They told me they had been serving 5 years in Afghanistan. And that they had serious issues ...
... turquoise shirt. I wanted some of the jewelry she was selling but they were a little expensive and decided not to.
Photography was about street photography today. We went Orotina, which was a little Costa Rican town. We went to the market and Carlos was teaching me about the importance of using the appropriate iso (100-200 for outdoor shots, while at least 1600 for indoor shots). It was really fun shooting people, especially the two ...
... By dropping in small stones and rocks, the water lit up with their energy, a beautiful phenomenon to see. Our time was short on San Lucas Island however and nine days, whizzed by. Finishing the path took more time than originally anticipated, meaning we worked hard for seven days straight. With great satisfaction we completed the path, a "senduro bonito" according to the friendly ranger. We then shipped out of the beautiful island, where the next day would see the arrival ...
... and updating my blog as I wait for my meal (rice, beans and 2 fried eggs)... hey... no complaints! :)
Tomorrow I will go back to Quepos to get my smart-phone an a book I forgot there. One more chance to see my two Argentinean "compadres"
Well, I guess that is all for tonight, short and sweet.
Oh, by the way, today I started my trip a MONTH AGO!...
... name, "The Ladies Bridge". The old stone bridge was a classic country bridge that spanned a stream in a shallow ravine beneath the bridge. The country of Costa Rica is very environmentally conscious and this small unobtrusive stone bridge accomplished the needed jobs of bridging the ravine and not destroying anymore of the environment than was necessary. We stopped here for a few minutes so we could get out and enjoy this idyllic setting of the hills of the local countryside ...