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lindyluvsCR
9/6/2019 08:24 EST

I came in car from Grecia to Coco Beach. But would like to return by air - either Sansa or Aerobell. If I bring my 6 pound dog, Sansa would make it go in cargo!! Not going to happen.

I am a permanent resident of Costa Rica. Do I need to have my passport for airline travel or is cedula enough? Did not bring with me.

Also -
Pombinha - what compex did you live in previously? Presently in Las Palmas / Las Torres. Lewie has tumor on his hip that destroyed chunk of his hip. Much pain.

Liberia Hospital process SLOW. Not enough beds. Only had xrays and one blood test in hospital. Sent home after day and a half. Waiting for results of more detailed blood test and then have to wait AT HOME until 23 of Sept for CAT scan.

Has to be laying down or standing up still. Otherwise much pain to walk or sit. So am here taking care of. If you are over this way, would love to meet you. Send PM with telephone if you are in area. May need to return to Grecia a few days for possible renter there. Found a Tico church not on internet. Is great. Called Iglesia Hosanna. Not far away. Love it.

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ILuvCR
9/6/2019 09:42 EST

Skyway is the newer alternative,

https://skywaycr.com/experience

Pura Vida!

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Kohl
9/6/2019 10:31 EST

Sorry to hear of your husbands health problems. Unfortunately, CAJA hasn't enough equipment or staff in the Liberia facility to evaluate the results, quickly.

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PEBBS
9/13/2019 00:00 EST

so sorry
lyndy....my heart and prayers are with you..we have great hospitals near me private
/ or caja..i will give you both n apartment on the house if you can onlty feed your selves..i too on limited income
godbless call or mail if i can help . i am also having health issues ..hospital
mexico emmergency 2 days ago treated my like a godess..mybe cos it was Sunday I thoughht i was having a heart attack..they immediately took blood ,ultrasound ..even a echogram and other tests..i m home praying it was severe indigestion the pain was excruciating but maybe my prayers worked. the wait for results of course took a while.deb.
call ifai can help in any way except financially:(
love and Godbless you both..
is there no one can take care of the tenant showing?
I wish Grecia was not so far away from us in the Central Valley..
prayers Pebbs /Debbie
email
phone 6030 9702
. phone WhattsaPp is FREE but anyway it is 6030 9702..

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PEBBS
9/13/2019 00:12 EST

I am in similar shape have to lie down from pain Fractured back heart Afib Arrhythmia...and osteoporosis May also have Fibromyalgia..cannot take pain meds .,,,conflict with the newer anticoagulant Eliquis..NO antidote and they may have to operate..God is with us.. Deb do you have pepple with you?

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lindyluvsCR
9/13/2019 20:53 EST

Pebbs - will email you soon, probably tomorrow.

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lindyluvsCR
9/14/2019 08:32 EST

I have heard that Hospital Mexico is good. By end of next week will know whether an operation is possible. Will be done there or other Caja hospital or in US.

I am not subleasing at the coffee farm anymore as during slow season people were not coming although last year they were.

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