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... for a whole bunch of people in town and he told one of them he is fixing his leaky roof in his house and that I was visiting, she said we could stay for free in her place. Her place just happens to be the nicest place in town... Who knows how much it is rented out for per night. There is a pool and TV and AIR CONDITIONING... WHAT?!
We had a lovely Italian dinner at a restaurant called Mama Gui. I had Ravioli in butter and the most delicious ...
... have spent well over 40 Christmases all together. No matter where we were all living, we almost always made it home. While Mom and Dad were the true focal point of our efforts to travel back for so many years, we continue to be drawn together in their absence, and their spirit and traditions found their way all the way to Costa Rica for an extra special ...
... much before, one step and I was looking how I looked during a Mexican basketball game outside under the sun. That’s how sweaty we became, it was just so hot! We checked into our final hotel, which was supposed to have a really nice pool, to find the water nice and… green? We were confused as it didn’t seem to faze anyone else, but we spent most of our time at the beach anyway, so never did test the waters. The hotel was located ...
... village called Coyote and saw a picture of the animal we'd just seen - mystery solved and an aptly named place! We also encountered a turkey vulture in the road who refused to move even when we beeped at him. He just sat there dominating the road way so we had to go around him.
After about 2 hours we had been through more than 8 streams and small rivers and felt encouraged when we saw a car coming the other way that there must actually be a way through/over the big ...
... Costa Rican Colones spat
out of an ATM just beyond the border we were on our way again and still amongst millions of banana trees
with blue bags over their crop to keep the mosquitoes off. They say Costa Rica
has the highest literacy rate and one of the highest standards of living in
central America but to be honest, judging by the condition of the roads, the
vehicles the locals were driving and the houses they live in this just didn’t
seem to add ...