Hotel El Tucan
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... sign on such-and-such trail. Walk about 10 feet past the sign. You’ll see cut off palm ...
What better way to spend the evening than dancing! Let's just say that the Beckley- Amya family has been blest with great dancers including Tia pilar and I'm sure primo Bren has some good moves too, probably just too shy. What a great way to end the day. Pura ...
... made us leave Jireh at 12:45, which was when we were supposed to be picked up
from the hotel after lunch to head to Manos. Needless to say, we inhaled lunch
(pesto pasta...YUM!), and got to Manos late. So, while the chaos ensued and I
took care of the phone calls, I had to convey to the owner and the manager that
we needed to find some toys to take to Guanacaste, and convey that tomorrow we
need to know where to go to market for ...
... by women. I had studied spanish pretty thoroughly while in the states, but somehow had not learned to say, “fill the tank, please”. Luckily, almost all Costa Ricans, (or Ticos, as they refer to themselves), speak some English. All gas prices in Costa Rica are fixed, so you needn't worry about getting ripped off. It is a bit expensive, $5.30 a gallon when we were there, but we drove a lot and still somehow only had to fill up two times.
After driving ...
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Finally fouuuuuuund what, was an old ashtray cup, in my arrrrrrrm rest.....wel-ded shut.....back from the 80's, damn I thought they would've givennnn this plane up.
(Verse 2 -rap fast)
So you can gather from this rhyme that I've done my time. This airplane is the ***** and it's lost in time. The people riding along, don't care much for their ...