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... s picture, I was texting how he has nothing to worry about.
It was Brooke's last night so after everyone had said their goodbye's (oh, it was also Greta and Eric's last night!), Angela and I went to Brooke's room to help her pack. I had a short goodbye with Brooke because I wanted to go back to the room to do my own packing for the weekend trip, while Brooke ended up going back to Angela's room. I missed Brooke's whatsapp message that she ...
... Playa Hermosa (surfing & party? Mecca) and then onto Jaco again so Drew could look for some souvenirs.
Kids surfed a bit in the late afternoon and then off to Amigos for dinner again. It was fabulous. I loved by Tacos Pollo and Drew said his plantains were amazing.
Boy, folks have a great work ethic here. Remember our lifeguard, Jorge? He's out here by 6:30 every morning and doesn't leave his post until 4:30-5:00pm.
... or two, a poison dart frog - who knows what was around us that we couldn't see! Our guides were very accustomed to this jungle like forest and could spot things we had no idea of even being close to.
Many of their fences are considered "living fences" as the fallen branches are stuck into the fertile ground and along with the moisture, the fences grow into trees or hedges. We also saw huge termite nests, and ...
... all through the night is rather the "standard" in the hostels here in Jaco. This of course is my opinion... I could be wrong. In most hostels up to this point people got quiet after 11:00 PM or 12:00 AM and then you could go to sleep, except for some occasional noise here and there, nights were very quiet for the most part. Jaco has been different in this area. We'll see ...
... at this sudden interruption in my planned activity! Still, dutiful daughter that I am, I dressed and followed mum down to the breakfast room . The toucan typically had gone, but had been replaced by a whole host of birds that I have to say was quite an impressive spread. Humming birds, Clay-coloured Robins, Woodpeckers and a few birds that I have yet to look in my handbook and identify. There were also a whole host of bird nerds in matching khaki outfits containing ...