Oasis on the Beach
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... 39;, Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">-not the earliest start but glad peeps slept hard n woke seemingly rested
-had a leisurely n yummy bfast n came up with the plan to do a 2 hour hike n catch a boat back
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This morning we had our Osa work, we continued on where we had left off last time with the lettuce beds, playing countless games of 'Who Am I' to keep us entertained. Hermes then came and asked for 4 volunteers to go with him in the tractor and help him get sand. Phil, Chesca, Jason and I ...
... purse to make the perfect little kissy face. She is lovely. I adore her.
A little while into the second half, Costa Rica scored! Everyone was jumping and hugging and screaming! The energy was electric! Kimberly and I went to put on our swim suits right before the end of the game. We came back to the table and with less than a minute left, Greece scored. The pain, shock, fear, and grief in the place was tangible. Everyone held their breath. Kimberly and ...
Early this morning we tie up for a technical stop. Just what does that mean? We offload all the dirty linens and trash; then take on clean linens, bales of toilet paper, fresh produce, and boxes and boxes of all the stuff the ship needs to keep us happy. A lab mix trots by smiling and the birds have Spanish accents. Then we're off to a privately-owned botanical garden that I visited in 1997 when I traveled with the Cleveland Botanical Garden. Case Orquidea is owned by ...
... of the rainforest but in fact the damage had already been done in the 1940s when the forest was cleared for banana plantation but United Fruit Company in particular. It was only when bananas were shifted to the Caribbean Coast that oil palms were brought in. They are also much larger trees so capture more carbon than bananas (though obviously not as much as rain forest trees) and don't need fertilising etc as legumes are inter planted with the rows. There ...