I’m still enjoying Costa Rica. The weather is warm, the air is fresh and we’ve met a number of really nice people. The better part of the first epoch in our newly adopted country has been a strong focus to find the place where we will be living for the next period – whatever the next period may be. A place to call our own, at least as property owners and stewards of Nature.
Our criteria was rather specialized, (I’ll spare you the details) however the Nature element, privacy and considerable size were among the chief requirements.
I’m pleased to report that our Costa Rican corporation recently purchased a really unique piece of real estate near the charming city of Santiago de Puriscal. The property is about 80 acres in size and we have our own mountain, meadows, springs, waterfalls, rivers and even a bat cave with cute little bats. There are of course, many trees, birds and critters on the property including Omar, a large iguana who lives in a tree in our immediate backyard. We are not sure where he got that name.
Below is a picture of part of the property taken from the backyard of where the main house is situated.
Another picture, below the house where two of the three rivers comes together.
A third picture of one of the many refreshing cascades. Very soothing …
We look forward to planting more fruit trees and eventually having the property dotted with yogi and yoginis producing weird and wonderful vibrations. More pictures and updates as time permits …
Om Namah Shivaaya