Villaggio Flor De Pacifico
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... how much the fee would be in Cordobas). Begrudgingly, we paid in US dollars and almost had to fight to get the change in dollars instead of Cordobas. Maribel was a bit baffled too and swapped our leftover Cordobas at a better rate because it was so little.
We walked the 1km across the border to Costa Rica's immigration office and it was a whole lot busier for some reason. It took 10 minutes to even get inside the building and then we ended up in a ...
... only 8 people in our tour group so we had a lot of room to stretch out in the van. We met our tour guide Walter who was a young kid in his early 20's and he spoke very good English.
The first leg of our ride to Palo Verde was about 1 1/2 hours. We passed through the town of the Liberia which is the largest in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica (65,000 people) and continued on to the town of Bagaces. This town is located on the Pan American Highway which ...
... I wasn’t going to ride until around 7am. After
breakfast I fed the chickens, ducks and turkeys then checked on the Emu eggs in
their incubator. As I walked back from this task Oscar came trotting by, bare
back on a bay mare with a chestnut gelding in tow. I stopped in to the cabin to
gather my camera and water for the ride! Once I got over to the workshop Oscar
had already saddled up both horses and said the bay ...
... accomplishment looking back at the clean tidy garden beds
but also a mind full of new ideas. The dogs and cats were my “help” for this
task, it was so nice to hang out with them for the morning. Only down side to
the whole thing was my steep learning curve into stinging ant behavior. For a
while it seemed like every weed I pulled resulted in a wave of itty bitty ants
swarming up my shoes, down my socks, up my pants, up the weed I ...
Today was very rainy. I took my usual morning walk out to
the river; I did not see any new birds but was able to confirm the species of
some of my previous sightings. Those elusive parrots are still stumping me,
they are so noisy and I can clearly see they are green…but do they have yellow
or orange chins? What colors are their shoulders? These small details are necessary
for a positive ID and I have yet to ...