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    Sea Turtle in the Water in Cocos Island, Costa Rica

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    Cocos Island in #CostaRica is an island designated as a #NationalPark and does not allow inhabitants other than Costa Rican Park Rangers... Speaking of unattainable love. | December Honeymoon Destinations - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time.

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    Cocos Island, Costa Rica Turtle!

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    Cocos Island, Costa Rica #Beautiful #Places #Photography

  • Stephanie Andrea Lozano

    ISLA DEL COCO, COSTA RICA #travel #costarica #ticos #beach #island

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(Note to Breezie: I have no Internet at the hotel (!!!) and I've tried to get my emails from a computer provided by the manager but Hotmail doesn't like that I've logged on another computer. I have no more access to my emails. I am so angry but what can I do. We'll work on the website once I'm in Montreal (I arrive on April 25th). For today, I'll send here some pics, ideas, colors, fonts here. P.S. I love the blue of the water here.

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