The first day, the journalist cames into play. Who, what when, where and why. Those are the questions that one’s supposed to answer, correct? First bed is being held by a fellow who has thrombosis – which is what I … Continue reading
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It really all started in Tamarindo, Costa Rica. A collapse, fainting on the way to the bathroom after being unable to catch my breath. Left leg was really giving me some pain. Went to the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, … Continue reading
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The St. Mathews Blue Hole National Park in Stann Creek District is a site that is worthy a visit if you ever get to Belize. Home of 3 caves that are available of searching, it is an experience to enter the … Continue reading
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Irazu National park is one of 4 volcano parks located near Alajuela, Costa Rica. It is unique from the others because: 1) It is the highest of the 4. 2) It is the only place in Central America that you can … Continue reading
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Cartago is a bustling suburb of San Jose. It’s located about 15 miles east of the capital and is driven through, if you want to see Irazu National Park – home of the Irazu Volcano. Probably would not have stopped, but the … Continue reading
These are just some random thoughts about things I have realized, or learned, since I started traveling again. These are just my thoughts, take what you like, and leave the rest. 1) There is nothing that I have to see. … Continue reading
Life – twists and turns, ups and downs. You have to take the cards that you’re given – but I do wish I could have sat the last 12 hours out. It started about 2:30 in the morning. I awoke from … Continue reading
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This how the fishermen in Casares, Nicaragua launch their boats from the beach. First things first – the equipment’s hauled from home. I have seen these fisherman hauling these carts up to 4 miles away from the beach. The fishermen … Continue reading