Re: NANFA-L-- coasta rica

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- coasta rica
Date: Mon Nov 15 2004 - 09:49:47 CST

i cant think of any better list clutter than a fun and interesting adventure
chris s would have to say if coast rica is south of the nanfa border. he had
me draw it on the last shirt represented w/ a dashed line... i think coasta
rica is a bit further south. but who cares. :) they are plenty close enough
to talk fish and i wish i had been there.
next time maybe i will get invited!
parakeets... hum i thought they were from austrailia. relics must be
established there.
did any of you take photos?
did anyone get sick? how was the food? were the locals interesting and
caimans? heck ranger bob picks them up with dipnets along the roads up near
kingsport tn. seems like just a couple weeks ago he found one. still tho i
would not wade w/ em. how big can a caiman get?
snorkel any fresh water? im sure the ocean was beautiful snorkeling.
any volcanos?
did you research about the geography, culture and critters before you went?
was english spoken?
if coasta rica in in the nanfa range a story would go great in an ac.
more details and pics please.

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: Fri Dec 31 2004 - 12:42:48 CST