Villa Buena Onda
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... he would point out different birds to me as well as tell me what the name of specific trees were and what they are good for. Stuart has a wealth of knowledge inside of him and he is willing to share it with you. I am so happy that I got to meet him. He explained what trees/plants were used for medicine, what things you could eat and how many of the trees were used for carvings/fences or other useful items.
Stuart and I have one main thing in common. We both love to ...
... esta?” I now answer with “pura vida” or “muy bien, gracias”. It seems to please them more if I say “pura vida”. Very Costa Rican.
Our excursion today was marvelous. We were taken by a small bus to Rio Tempisqui, a small river in a jungle. We saw both capuchin and howler monkeys, quite a few crocs, all kinds of tropical and migrating birds and beautiful flowers. NONE of the animals in the trees posed for me ...
... at while in Playas del Coco. It's located right on the beach so you have a great view of the ocean as you enjoy a yummy meal. I ordered the "Red Snapper" which was a whole fish, black beans, and tostones. Yummy! I couldn't help but go to the beach after our meal and enjoy an evening swim. Once it got dark, we headed back to our hotel where we started to get things ready for our early 4 AM departure to San Jose the next morning. Yes, we were on a mission and ready for our next adventure!
... to do for the rest of the evening and eventually went over to Mary's/Father Rooster. I was very happy as I've been wanting to go back there for ages, they have the BEST fries. After we went back to Mary's and all watched The Grudge together, finally having our scary movie night about two weeks later! Mary's husband nicely drove us home and I spent the rest of the evening packing as I'm leaving tomorrow! It's been a very nice, chilled last night. Thanks ...
... going door to door, visiting the small little stands stands people had in front of their house. Asking how much it costs, when they made it or what in the world it was. Then whether it be a cookie or moist salad with cream and fried chicken, everything was thrown in a plastic bag. So another happy hour would be spent collecting small items from a number of stalls, stands and shops to create a fun diverse meal.