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... br> Senior Solis loves his profession. Every day, he not only takes care of his farm, but he is also constantly experimenting and discovering new things, which could be beneficial for his business.
We are learning a lot from Senior Solis. He is demonstrating us that the use of microorganisms is essential if one wants to run an organic farm. He shows us in detail how he produces microorganisms and fruitful organic soil. We are helping him a ...
... Playa Ballena private beach access)
5.7 miles to Grocery Store, Bank & Restaurants in Uvita
6.25 miles to Uvita Information Center (tourist info)
6.4 miles to Gas Station in Uvita
6.7 miles to Playa Uvita 'The Whale's Tail' beach
So good we're thinking about buying...
... larger house below us - which is too bad - we can't use the pool that is with that house.
Anyways, we followed Christine to our cottage rental along with the other couple to their place. The road up to the cottage is quite steep to say the least. One wrong turn and it is game over for you.
It is currently 4:48 pm right now.
The cottage is nice - although not as private as our previous rental. The driveway is extremely ...
... why the stay at the top was shortened. These falls are where the swimming will commence and oh yeah, the cliff jumping!!! To our surprise the guides have pulled out a large, heavy duty rope, and have begun to climb straight up this waterfall!! These guys are being punished by the water cascading over, but hold fast as they navigate up the face of the 75 foot falls. The rope is tied and they begin to invite members of the various groups over to the landing area beneath the ...
... reflection of light.
Our room at Playa Hermosa is a windowless loft complete with hammock and view of the surf. As indicated by the title of this entry, coming down from the hills of Monteverde, the temperature steadily increased and by the time we got to our destination, taking our luggage to the top of our house left us sweating like a bunch of hairy bush-pigs, to use an Australian colloquialism.
After lunch the "manager" took over from ...