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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... hired an apartment for a little homely luxury so we could cook for ourselves for the first time in at least 3 months and stayed there for 5 nights. Jaco was a gringo costal town full of American expat men in faded t-shirts and baseball caps. There was a tacky main drag with shops, bars and restaurants, and lots of real estate and tour companies. Apparently Jaco was the first town on the central Pacific coast to boom from tourist development. It was perfect for us at the time ...
... are many deaths along this stretch.
After arriving at San Cristobal....a small townlet with several churches, a school, a curious open-air stadium-like social centre beside a basic five-a-side football enclosure and a small shop run by Eliash's wife and in-laws.... you have to take a left hand turn at a twisted sign which greets visitors in English to La Alfombra. If you stop and look....which we have time to do as it is here that Eliash leaps out and converts the ...
... flanking the highway as I drove home... it was just perfect. And I knew at that moment, that if I could be happy about a miserable grey winter day in Victoria, this was truly my place on this earth... it was my biome. It is just where my body is meant to be. And my body knew that when I arrived home that day, and got a taste of it on the beach tonight... and both times, it just couldn't stop smiling.
... the ordinary. Mom was here!! We stuck to the schedule somewhat, but spiced it up with immense amount of good food, good fun, good adventures... Mom was doing Spanish school every day, so her schedule was crazy-busy. She'd usually have to do some homework in the morning. I would sleep off the wine from the night before... We'd head to yoga together, collecting shells and rocks along the way. After yoga she'd rush off on her bike to head to Spanish ...
... here in Santa Teresa and then go on to Montezuma and try and hike to this series of waterfalls we heard about and then eat lunch at this organic mostly vegan place Amanda read about online. YUM! Then we are going to attempt to drive to Monteverde. The roads in and out there are notorious so it could quite possibly be an epic adventure.