Pirris Dam in the Los Santos Area

 

Because I went with Honda Red Riders, I don’t have photos of the amazing views of this ride to the Pirris Dam. I mostly have photos of my friends.

 

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We went in through San Lorenzo, which was a relatively easy descent. We then came up on the steep, sharp curves towards San Pablo de Tarrazú. I am glad we chose to do it this way because in reverse I think I would have been stressed by the steep curves. Who knows? I am a much better rider than I was not too long ago. Stunning views in all directions.

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It was sunny all day long, which is odd for the rainy season. But I suppose yesterday’s heavy tropical downpours all afternoon cleared the skies! Truly a lovely day.IMG_20190929_113454.jpg

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Yes. I am extremely grateful to ride in this beautiful country! As I keep repeating. 🙂

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“Hola, hola!” video clip. 🙂

Our leader, Felix, left his back pack at the restaurant where we had lunch. I am going to go get it either Tuesday or Thursday. Hopefully, the skies are clear. If they are, I may return to the dam just to take photos. Too beautiful!

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FEEL THE BEAUTY. KNOW THE LOVE. LIVE THE POWER.

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Here is a photo that shows the setting of the dam, taken off the internet.

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Sunday, September 29, 2019

TUES. October 1

A friend left his backpack at the restaurant where we had breakfast on Sunday, so I returned to pick it up. Though rainy and cold, I still enjoyed riding in the beautiful Los Santos area of Costa Rica.

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Green coffee beans

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