Our 18 days in Costa Rica flew by, and we have some great experiences, as well as some observations about life in Costa Rica to share. And our Spanish classes were also very worthwhile, but at the same time they taught us that there was an awful lot to learning Spanish we had not quite anticipated.
We are presently ending a couple of days of rest and relaxation in Miami in order to sync up with the now abbreviated, three day a week flight schedule on American Airlines to Bonaire via San Juan. We should be home tomorrow night assuming the weather system hovering over Puerto Rico doesn’t get in the way of our travels.
The next task I have is to finish tagging and making ready the 550 or so pictures of our trip that are worth sharing (out of the 2000+ pictures we took while in Costa Rica). Once I have them ready I will post them, and then start sharing some stories and commentary. I still have a few stories about our New York City trip to post too, and those will come along in the next week and a half, hopefully before we take off to see the Canadian Maritimes in early October.
P.S. Krystyana has promised me that she will soon start contributing to The Traveling Richters blog, so stay tuned for that to happen.