A visit from the Costa Rican Easter Bunny – 20,000 collones, admission to the RainForest Preserve – $45 USD, hiking in the rainforest and playing in waterfalls on Easter Sunday – Priceless! 🙂 Advertisements
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Just got home from a mangrove tour – saw tons of birds and a family of capuchins playing by the boat. Several jumped on the roof of the boat — it was like Planet of the Apes. 🙂
Sunset cruise – Monday. We snorkeled, hung out, Henry wore out the giant slide and all in all, a great day.
Breakfast at Salsipuedes! Headed to the beach for an amazing day of fun.
do not necessarily go together. Just thought I’d let you know. 🙂
What a terrific day! Homeschool, went to MA Nat Park, walked throughout the Park, saw bunch of Capuchins, cracked open a coconut, saw some crazy raccoons, had pizza by the pool and met a really nice from family from Minneapolis while being serenaded by Howler Monkeys and Howler Henry!
¡Qué gran día! Todos teníamos nuestra primera lección con nuestro tutor españolas nuevo. Los niños se lo pasaron de la primera hora y nos dieron la segunda. Un hombre muy agradable. Me sorprendió lo bien que lo entendía, pero tuvo problemas con la parte de habla. Más lecciones venideras. After our lesson, we rode into town …
The day started early today. Elsa was swimming about 6:30. Went to the local grocery – wound my through the aisles with the kids following close by asking for everything they could identify. Muddled my way through pancakes and some really weird bacon. The property manager, Tom came by and took us on a …