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... were so sour so I could hardly move and the waves where much bigger. So it was a constant battle between me and the waves for 2 hours!! And I had to turn around under water to not get hit by the wave and get on the board again and a new wave where coming so turn around again then on the board and then catch a wave. It was sooooooo exhausting. My instructer kept saying you have to paddle, paddle paddle and I was paddling for my life, but didn't move! It was so ...
... it wasn't the "true" Costa Rica experience at the beach, as there
were no monkeys to take your lunch. It was still beautiful, and the faculty had
a nice couple of hours away from the students and enjoyed some laughs and
cocktails, as well as some sun. I do believe I am at least one shade darker
than I was when I arrived, so that's fun.
On the way to the beach, we were surrounded by pop music and
boy bands as Jason played DJ ...
... as "Chincinete" on ADVRider and, as he has travelled up to and around the USA he asked my about my trip as he will travel all the way south, after he saves up, in a couple of years. he has an 800GS BMW and I should have taken a coulpe of pics but didn't. Sorry Amigo.
Aferr that headed off to Jaco and, at along line of traffic at a roadwork, a BMW GS1200 passed, sounded his horn, so I followed him. He was going past Jaco so he suggested he show me the ...
... which had been on my Raleigh project wish list, ever since I first heard about it at my preparation weekend, back in December last year. As the work was almost complete on San Lucas, we would switch locations mid-phase to the nearby Carara National Park, on the mainland. We'd get to live and work in not one, but two national parks. Isla San Lucas is an island located off the Pacific shore of Costa Rica in the Gulf of Nicoya and is under five square kilometres. It had been a ...
Today was our last day of work at Hogar de Vida. We installed more than a football field's length of rebar fencing, eight feet in heighth and anchored by more than 55 posts. It was at times daunting, but at the same time rewarding. A genuine cameraderie was born between Lakeland's guys and the local maintenance guys here in Costa Rica (Oscar and Cesar).
We leave them with a great section of fence, but we leave something even more: ...