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... this on not only my life, but also on the lives of my future children, and also on the lives of all my future reincarnations, and on the lives of all my future reincarnations' future children, and their future reincarnations and their future children ... confused yet? Well you don't need to ever be this confused, as long as you learn one important lesson from all of this - never become indebted to a Buddhist who believes in ...
... lunch with cute puppy! Food was ok. All the dogs are cute but smell! There was bonfire on beach so we decided to go back and get some beers then come back to beach and sit round fire. Only Doreen Ivo Harsha and I went. So embarrassing and painful - quite steep gravelly slope down to beach lots of loose stones and I ended up slipping and fell over and landed on my right knee and also grazed right toe and bit on left knee ...
... We are not allowed to take any food onto the island or venture off on any trails, nor are there any toilet facilities for us to use. We are only permitted to wait on the beach until it is time to leave. The Rangers really don't want us to leave any impact on the island!
After our dives, we go to San Josecito beach back on the mainland. The lunch provided by Drake Divers is awesome! It's a buffet DIY sandwich bar with the ...
... Wildlife Safari where we hoped to see sea birds, dolphins and whales. We did see a lot of frigate birds, brown pelicans, brown boobies and 3 pods of dolphins but no whales. I can now add brown boobies to my life list. We spent about an hour on a beautiful sugary black sand beach in a bay backed by the jungle. We had fresh fruit treats and our guide found some fruit-nose bats in an old abandoned cabin. ...
... to the soil to be re-used.
We returned another day to the Park and spent 5 hours on the trails, spotting a few two- toed Sloths, smaller and lighter in colour than the three-toed, as well as Raccoons and numerous birds. To Jim's delight he managed to get a shot of the Sloth's face. He was so happy! Their faces are more interesting than cute, but the same could be said of many of us.
Manuel Antonio is the smallest of the National Parks ...