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... come up onto the beach to lay eggs. You can tell where the turtles have come up onto & left the beach, there are huge 2 foot wide tracks where they have shuffled up/ down the sand. The females then go up to above the tide line onto the dry sand, here they start digging a hole using their back flippers. It amazing how dextrous they are, seems to curl the flippers around back to front, making a scoop & then throwing this out of the ...
... head for the Nicaraguan border. The journey started with a shared taxi about 5km to a nearby town to catch the bus to the boarder, it seemed a bit dodgy to be dropped almost in the middle of nowhere, but we were relaxed to see a few other gringos also waiting there. The long distance bus was not quite a chicken bus, but not far from it. At the halfway stop disaster almost struck. I threw a box from my pocket into the bin, unknown to me the humidity and ...
... was there and enjoyed it though Costa Rica charges Sydney prices for classes…. OUCH!
Next stop was a famous beach called Montezuma, located on the south west coast of the Pacific peninsular. Getting there however, was going to be a little more difficult than first thought - yep the roads were ****! We needed to step up our off-roading abilities and turn on the motoring prowess. For a little while the roads were “kinda good” but ...
Ernesto had feared, the pig had a hernia and the procedure was a bit more
complicated than normal. We got the little guy all stitched up and dosed with
some antibiotic, pigs are strong creatures and he should recover well.
We rode back to town discussing GMO’s,
politics, environment, and society…all the aspects of agriculture often
overlooked as being agriculture. He dropped me off at Norma’s ...
... is helpful, I understand more than
I think I do but since I usually cannot “check” my understanding with people I
wasn’t sure of my ability. Speaking is still not a strong point. We discussed
organic agriculture, the potential for a lasting relationship between CSU and
Siempre Verde and of outdoor sports, turns out he and his wife are mountaineers
as well and are training to climb the highest volcano in the country. We ...