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Travel Blogs from Granada
... was white. However his nose seemed to be intact. To soon? nah, hilarious. The island is owned by a vet who loves right beside it. I guess the monkeys there loooove cookies. I mean I can't blame them. They came right close to the water but really did not want to have any part of the water. A monkey also was hissing at a duck. I don't know how the duck thought he would take cookies from a monkey. I would assume it is like taking candy from a baby. Once ...
Don't panic if you see a sweet starving dog in the middle of the road
engaging in what, from a distance, looks like convulsive death
throes. You may find out, like I did, that it is merely rolling in horse
Don't assume, if you bike past a man passed out in the road with pants
around his ankles, that he passed out while peeing. He might have
just passed out, and then someone pulled his pants down and then
Oh it was an exhausting day!
Got up early and was at the bus-station at 5:15 AM. There was already a lot of people waiting for the paperwork. All went fine and we parted at 6:00 AM. The trip was long and monotonous. I had a little old lady for a seat companion... She was nice.
By 11:30 AM we arrived at the border, the first aduana for CR, no prolbem. Back to the bus and then ...
... connected to the sea via Rio San Juan. This turned out to be a blessing as well as a curse as it was regularly sacked by pirates. Between 1665 and 1670 alone Granada was raided by pirates three times. Today it is the picture of a perfect colonial town and is becoming a big tourist destination.
Day 431: Sunday 24th March 2013
A little worse for wear the ...
... which means you can’t really swim. So we pretty much got chucked about in the water for ages by the waves. We ended up just standing and diving into the waves and getting wiped out by them every now and again. We were all giggling like kids haha much fun was had. We went to watch the sunset again and played pool in a wee bar (coke for me, beer for the non-sick people). After dinner the others bought some local rum and took it back to our little balcony. I sat ...