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After spending the morning and eating lunch, we went into town to the Supermarcado to get a few things to take home with us, like coffee. Pete drove Tim's van, which was quite a treat! In case you're wondering, "No Hay Passo" means "do not enter." Now Pete knows as well. We just had to point that out to him a couple times ;-). It's become a bit of a war cry. We purposely took part of the afternoon off to play with the kids. What a treat!! They are ...
... and reflected ourselves on how to improve things in the future and how
we perceived the students' reactions and feelings about their experience here.
It's hard to tell. We hiked to Playa Blanca over a whole slew of rocks and
cliffs. It was challenging, but interesting. Once at Playa Blanca, we got in
the ocean to cool off and frankly, get our cardio in for the day! The rip
currents were high and the ocean was rough. We walked into the sand, only ...
... at warp speed nine !!! Have I mentioned I may need new tyres ??????
He stopped for me to take a couple of pics at a river which would be interesting to swim in and we parked by a couple of Policemen who we asked to take a pic.
Arrived here at a sensible time, went for a walk, had a plate of Nachos with a few cocktails and the ground moved while walking back to the hotel !!!!! Raining with lightening and thunder.
Tomorrow ?????? Not sure !! ...
... park, in 2008, due to the beautiful flora and fauna on the island. We would be finishing the Alpha groups work to create a trail between beaches, which would serve two purposes. Firstly it would assist the ranger in swiftly navigating the island and heading off poachers and secondly add to the tourist trails available, thereby raising national park revenues. Visitor numbers are currently quite low and the only people permitted to stay on the island were the ranger and ...
... Bill Mackey indicated that he would buy the power head from Lakeland when we get back. So we used the proceeds to buy a sorely needed chainsaw for Hogar de Vida.
The guys spent time with the children in the morning and in the afternoon and made many friends. David Smage shared his testimony this morning with the guys and the Tias in the Rancho.
Tonight, Tim Stromstad had supper with us and shared his gratitude with us for ...