Mar y Selva Ecolodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a good place. Our landlord called it (we still don't even know the number) and some classical music started to play. Oh I guess that's our ringtone. We handed the phone over to the maintenance guy, Leo, and apparently the signal wasn't great so he started walking around the house with it, again unplugged.
So weird, but I guess that's the reason we are here, to figure out all these anomalies. Guess we'll see what tomorrow brings!
... Correo now has the service to provide the replacement plates, lots of people are going there for just that reason.
Additionally, lots of expats now come to the Correo for their residential license requirements (hence we met Mike there today, he was renewing). So it seems, for the time being at least, there will be long lines waiting at the post office. We decided to purchase a few extra stamps today so that we don't have to wait in line next time.
... balloon and a coconut got rolled into our bungalow. (Thankfully the water balloon did not pop.) The girls of course wanted to get the boys back. We had a leaders meeting and ended up getting Kaila and Kody with water balloons. (Basically the leaders are awesome.) However, we got asked by the other people staying here to keep it down because they were trying to sleep. That ended our war. A handful of girls stayed up talking, but other than that, it was bed ...
... many colorful butterflies, sparkling streams and sweet wild-berries around. We enjoyed the beautiful forest, the vivid colors of nature, the silence and the fresh air.
On our way back we stopped for a short break. We were sitting in the shade under a tree. While eating cookies and drinking soda, we talked about life in Central America and Europe.
We continued ...
... the bus and watch as another group is fit to appropriate horses. The guides have asked Sara to get rider experience information from each person in advance so we can each be fit with a horse that will make our riding experience a bit more enjoyable. After the other group is safely on their way, we slowly take to our respective beasts. I’m not the only one in the group that has NO horseback riding experience, so others seem a bit unsteady or unsure as the mount.