Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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... fired off a message on Facebook, hoping they get it and to our complete and utter shock ten minutes later they wrote back saying they were literally walking to the boat to leave San Marco and got our message so they ran to our hostel where we were staying and asked about the lock. They were so excited they had successfully found it, they sent through a photo of beautiful Hanneka holding the lock chain proudly. I yelped as I read the message, calling out to stu "I can't believe ...
... tree over our room and there is a mango tree nearby. Also a large variety of palms, crotons and other plants abound.
In the early morning, as the bus struggles to get up the hill, you can hear the howlers voicing their displeasure at the noise. The parrots fly across in a racous bunch as well as the magpie jay moving about.
We are never bored with the amount of ...
... countries. Kai's best friend has been a little girl who spoke spanish (the first week) and for the past week a little girl from Holland. Hannah is learning dutch now so she can watch Dyla and communicate with her. I can't believe all the different areas that people have come from. We met a lady from New York in the grocery store the other day. While we spoke a truck drove under a wire strung across the road and ripped it down. She ...
... to the beach. From there, with the outgoing tide, we trekked another 300 yards through knee deep water to Isla Cabuya. Snorkeling was good but inconsistent visibility. I actually came in early since my snorkel was leaking and I couldn't see well enough to take any underwater photos anyway. Jeffry speared a parrot fish and taught Drew the finer techniques of spearfishing. We had fresh native oysters that Jeffry caught and shelled for us with fresh limon (a native lime ...
... start erecting the cement structure. These homes are built almost entirely out of cement. Termites and almost daily rainstorms can be a big problem in this climate otherwise. Cement columns are placed and positioned in the 28 holes halfway filled with yesterday's now hardened cement. We are excited about the progress. We can actually see results. The families come again today to help and work alongside which greatly encourages us. One of the fathers ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet