Travel Blogs from Playa Junquillal
... people basically trap themselves in this ring with a crazy bull going mad. It was one of the craziest things we had stumbled upon thus far. They did have normal rodeo as well, everyone continued to stay in the ring whilst the bull bucked around like crazy. Such a sight. We got some food off a vendor and sat in the stands gobsmacked till it ended then wondered back to our hostel. The next day we decided to do a waterfall tour with one of the workers ...
... Oh yes, while we were walking we also passed two horses that were grazing on some grass. We also saw a cow that Stuart informed me would be giving birth in the next week. Two calves also happened to cross our path on our walk. Stuart informed me that he had bought the calves for $20 total ($10 per calf). He said that when he first bought the calves, they were very skinny and not healthy at all. Stuart nursed the calves back to health and now they are striving. Stuart also pointed out ...
... with people involved in the study. He said he had been
learning English since working at the ranch because there were so many tourists
and he realized the opportunities knowing another language provided. I nearly
stepped on a nightjar type of bird who was sitting in the road, I jumped a
little and exclaimed “Oiy! Pajaro!” Which means “bird.” Javier joked how he
always confused the pronunciation of the word ...
Parking Off Street:
- Right off the main road to San Jose, but the cabin ...
... in the communities of Pijie and Filadelfia. The people of these communities may have been in circumstances of poverty and need but their character was rich and strong. They depended on God and showed each other love. I love these people no different than I love anyone else. All I can think about when I see these people is how much God loves us.
The day was impactful and eventful. All of our lives were changed and we will never be the same.