Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
Later that afternoon, I strolled the dirt streets of Santa Teresa, stopped at the local super mercado
for a liter of agua and dos cigarros, and at this awesome bakery, https://www.facebook.com/thebakery2640, for a Danish, frio cafe' and somethin else delicious! Dropped everything off at my room , and back to the beach for some pic taking. Enjoy em!
... for a couple more hours. The sea breeze from the ocean and lying in the shade made it a lot more comfortable. That afternoon I went up and met Joaco at their place and hung out with him until he had to work. I had originally planned to rent a board and go surfing with Joaco but with our festivities the night before we were both extremely lazy the entire afternoon. Also this afternoon Sandy stopped by and told me that there were a couple cabinas open so if I wanted to move ...
... and now I move on to my next creation. I have begun the process of analysis and am having so much fun writing on the wall, playing with sticky notes, watching videos, looking at photos, re-reading all of my journals, travelpods and emails, listening to interviews, reading ...
... on the beach and a dip in the pool. We are savoring each day here, knowing that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. No sounds but the crashing waves. To access the beach we can just walk to the back of the garden and open the wooden gate. Life is good.
... in case any of you thought I was just sitting twiddling my thumbs... well some of that too.
Also if any of these paintings or photographs are of interest to you they can be purchased. All the photographs can be made into my place mats, cards, wall art, etc. Just email me if interested. (there are many more to choose from)
ENJOY.., and come with me on my next leg of my journey.
With peace, love, and color