Hotel Whales And Dolphins
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... people, lots from Colorado, so close nit and at home with each other and I longed for that closeness. But then, what do I have to complain about? There are always ups and downs to any kind of lifestyle.
So, feeling tired and just not wanting to be "alone" I hung out with some friends in Puerto Viejo and I decided to make an early departure back to the US, where I was heading anyways to babysit my niece while my mom went on vacation. ...
... really happy.
I somehow ran into Mitch a few minutes after finishing my koala, and we walked over to the main stage area... After watching Chris Dyer do some live painting, I dozed off for a few minutes. I woke up around 4 am, and then caught Emancipator's sunrise set.
... been to 17 countries. Her boyfriend thinks it’s a great idea (he is a car mechanic) and hopes to join her in a few years after they get married. She has 2 grandchildren and only one kidney.
I mention all this because I have found that some folks, particularly solo travelers, if given any encouragement (like saying “hola”) will tell you way too much information about themselves. This always strikes me as odd. Especially the fact ...
... we went back to the bungalows for lunch and once again we were reminded how blessed we are by dry heat in Denver! (It's HUMID here!) Then we went to Iglesia de la Costa right by the Cancha de Futbol (Football Stadium - where they actually hold church because they now have too many people to fit into the rooms which they have for church. We were able to meet Pastor Payton, his wife, Julie, and their youngest daughter, Megan, whom is 5 (and absolutely adorable)! Pastor ...
... As we sat down at a table to wait, the owners wife turned up to serve our breakfast. And a very nice breakfast it was too - fruit, fresh juice, excellent coffee and the best gallo pinto (rice and beans) we have had so far on our travels.
Feeling full after our breakfast, we walked down the dirt road to Parque Nacional Marino Ballena. The marine park, although small in size, is considered very important in Costa ...