The view much like many of the other mounaint scapes in Buenos Aires were just breath taking. This picture was taken on our way back from seeing the shanty town, where people were living in pure poverty, with very little protection from the elements and not a very good water source either. I was standing on the runway of the towns airport, which was obviously very busy and a very high security risk...hahaha. This was probably the most beautiful shot in all Buenos Aires for the mountains.
This was one of our common views from the end of the street of the neighborhood that we were building the house in. Matt and I were just taking a break from hefting around masonry blocks.
Almost everybody with a yard had a mango tree growing in their yard where they would be able to pick mangos for food all the time. They are a bit stringy and squashy almost, but they are quite refreshing on a really hot Costa Rican day.
We basically were served a different combination of rice and beans each day at the Azteca for breakfast and dinner. There was never a dull moment sitting and enjoying your meal at the Azteca. It was open to the air and very cozy restaurant, and great service.
The azteca, which was also the restaurant where we ate all our dinners, had a night club attached to it where all the local young adults hung out, drank some good Imperial beer and danced to music of salsa, mambo, and other latin dance music.