Hotel Nuevo Cabor
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There was finally what claimed to be a good bakery here though the seedy bread in the window was just for show and the fresh stuff wouldn’t be available until 7pm, no use then to man nor beast.
Did get some quite good grissini to dip in my tapenade for lunch on the balcony, watching the parrots noisily nibbling the fruit of the tree there. Had turned down the invite from the local English speaking ...
This morning I had to check out of the hostel at 10:00 am so I headed off to the golf course. Paid $20 CAD for a sleeve of Callaways and some tees, another $18 CAD for green fees and off to visit Julio for clubs $10 CAD. Got a scorecard and off I go. First tee box, all the guys from the ground crew hanging out watching and I lose my first ball. Perfect. Oh well. Tee up another and off I go. They wanted me ...
... a 40 kts headwind prolonged the Flt by 20 minutes for the 350 miles Leg. VFR SADF to SACD the Gordaba Aeroclub Dirtstrip.
After Landing I was advised by the Local Aeroclub President that riding into town would be not a good idea , looking at my Bike he said that I might loose it , since the suburbs of Gordoba a crime laden.
He told me that only 35 north was a Swiss Guy at a very Nice little dirt strip with an big ...
... 8217;t interested in cleaning, preparing food or doing visits – it seems they thought they were just going to be playing with monkeys for two weeks. So things were a little hectic that last week and I didn’t get to spend any more time in the forest, but I did have plenty of baby-sitting time.
I was even asked to stay on until the end of January at no extra cost, an offer I considered for a while because I like to help, but as I ...
... an odd taste, described to me like green tea on steroids, but quite pleasant. It is very common to see people carrying around their thermos of hot water and the other equipment and drinking it on the go and the other volunteers and staff were no exception, there was always a mug being passed around.
There were definitely more good bits than bad though. As I think back on it now, a day or so after I left, still with dirty fingernails ...