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... home, just because I don't want to return to work, and
I most definitely sad that I am returning to temperatures that are much warmer
than here. I am sad I am wearing pants and carrying a sweatshirt, as I have
spent two weeks in shorts or scrubs, and bathing suits.
All in all, it was a good trip, though challenging. The
level of emotional bonding was not as great as years passed, but I personally
learned many things and had a ...
After an uneventful flight, we finally arrive in San José! -30c left behind, arrival in 30c heaven! It is great to be "back home". We are prepared for our three months of "semi-retirement". Ziggy, our faithful cockapoo is surely anxious to be freed from the cargo hold. This is his second trip. Familiar scents, friends and the anticipation of his cataract surgery. Medical tourism for our cherished ...
... of the way, we then focused quickly on the projects we'd be delivering; San Lucas was top of a lot of lists, so there were smiles all round. Unlike living in the community, this time we'd be cooking for ourselves. Packup took somewhat longer therefore, as we unpacked and counted all the food and equipment we'd be provided with; fifteen people and nineteen days made for quite a lot of food. For ease and to minimise costs, we'd have porridge every morning, crackers and either ...
... it out that the car rental was closed when we got there. They are supposed to wait until we arrive, but it was a couple of hours after our scheduled arrival so I guess they gave up.
Oh well, we have our regular room in our favourite hotel. We arrived safely and are happy to be here. ...
... properties had razor wiring on the top of the fences. To me this didn’t equate to low crime areas.
Just outside of Esparza, on a small country road we slowed and crossed a narrow two lane bridge that was called the Ladies Bridge. It was one of the original roadways that connected the interior with Puntarenas. Built in the mid 1800’s the bridge was funded by local ladies collecting jewelry to pay for the construction of the stone bridge. Thus it ...