La Cima Lodge
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... no such thing as a Humane Society here in Costa Rica, but Ana and a large network of friends run a no-kill operation. Ana showed us her Tico style home (lovely) and gardens. She made guava jam from the fruit of one of her trees and promises me some. I lay in a hammock with one of her little dogs, who has climbed up and is laying on my chest. I wish I had a photo of that! She, Jeff and I visited for about 90 minutes. When it was time to leave, I had to wake the little dog and ...
... in all the bedrooms?" What?? It gets to maybe the mid-60s here at its coldest. Put on a sweater for heaven's sake! A couple of other things she asks tells us that this might not be a good move for her - but the house has all the stuff someone from the US would expect, many of which are completely unnecessary down here.
Here are a few differences between a Tico house and a gringo house. Tico: hot water is only in the shower, cold water everywhere else. No furnace and no ...
... expensive). Jeff has brought colones from our last trip to CR (2011) and when he tries to pay with them, he's told by the vendor that his money is expired!! HAHAHA! Of course, we have the modern colones, but to be told that your money has expired was a new one to us!
We went to a stall selling fresh fish and though the red snapper is obvious we are at a loss as to what the other fishes are. Jeff asks a man next to us if he ...
... the plaza as an outdoor square - a park with trees, small shops around the perimeter, elderly men sitting on benches watching the gringos (us). But the plaza is a large mall - a real mall - with cinemas, a Burger King, Taco Bell, KFC and a bunch of stores! While we waited for Ana and Norm, I found two more (different) bank ATM machines and, still, no colones for me! Now it is weird because one of the machines said I had exceeded my daily withdrawal limit. ...
... moist now I hardly even need lotion. My favorite thing so far however- is the music. You walk into a store and it feels like you are walking into a dance club. There is upbeat merengue, bachata, salsa, or reggae-ton playing on a loud speaker. I look forward to actual dancing. I arrived late to the program so I feel like the oddball so far who has not gone out yet at night but I feel confident that will change very soon.
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