I’ve come to the realization that I’m in trouble. In about 10 days we’ll climb in a plane, well, several planes actually, to fly back to France, our other home, and you can easily imagine, how my to-do list is growing at an alarming rate, while I’m also trying to finish the story about the waterfall […]
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On our way to the Waterfall Gardens in La Paz, Costa Rica.
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The morning was young, still only sparsely lit by the rising sun, when a toucan settled in my guarumo tree. The toucan turned on his branch and swiveled his head far to the left to survey the canyon and hills beyond our property. “I like this little valley” he said, “lots of juicy fruit and lizards to feed […]
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I just plain dislike Barbie dolls.
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The members of the Atenas Men’s Club, that’s Atenas, Costa Rica, mind you, invited their significant others for an excursion to the MUSEO DEL JADE y de la Cultura Precolombina Marco Fidel Tristán Castro, which is a government owned museum in San José under the administration of INS, the National Institute of Insurance. It is named […]
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Bird watching in the rain, typically Cost Rica!
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