So, this week I've been playing catch-up at work. I get a ton of meetings related trade magazines that I never have the chance to go through. To be totally honest, I haven't touched any of these magazines since early February thus the pile in my office was about 2 feet tall - no kidding! Anyway, I got motivated this week (not really intentionally -we are having visitors in the office next week and thus I needed to do some clean-up. the messiest area of my office is the magazine stack thus I tackled it first.) and decided to go through my mile-high-pile. I really only like the pictures so it's kind of a quick process. While rustling through one of these publications I ran across a resort that caught my eye - The Pacuare Lodge in Costa Rica. One of the bungalows at the resort is pictured above. I've always wanted to visit Costa Rica - ever since I had to plan a 'faux' vacation to this country my sophomore year of hs for my Spanish class. It's got amazing cloud forests and cool animals - very jungly!
I know, I know - the two properties are not all that close, but it's my 'dream' vacation that will only remain in my dreams. There is no way Roger and I could afford either one of these trips but it's been fun reviewing these properties and daydreaming. Just in case we win the lottery one day (Guess we need to start playing), I've saved both of these properties to my web favorites. :-)
Yes, I did check to see if there were similar properties in the Midwest - there aren't. Much to my disappointment.This did get me to thinking, maybe I could open up my own 'Tent and Breakfast' in my backyard. You are able to purchase these tent platforms and canvas tents online. (Yes, I've already done my research) Roger could built it for me and then I'd just need to decorate it! What a plan! Although, my city lot doesn't provide quite the same view as tho tent views at Mary Jane's Farm. :-)
Anyway, hope that you've enjoyed browsing the above properties.