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... their travels
to France and said our good-byes.
The reason for our rather sudden departure was that Sergio wanted to take us on a guided tour of Mexico City before the sun set at 6pm! It was a public holiday so
the traffic was light but the crowds were out in force. He took us right into the centre of the
city and we saw some wonderful sights. It is a really interesting place and I don’t think we missed an inch! Home by 7pm ...
... on the beach with more still arriving, apparently a few hours later the beach would be so full, there'd be no room for us! Around 60cm in length and with their shells weighing up to 40 kilos, a lot of the turtles seemed to be panting from the effort, taking regular rests as they made their way up the beach, leaving tractor-like marks in the sand. With so many of them on the beach, there were moving boulder like shapes as far ...
... hostel before. I was a little nervous but felt at ease when i met my roommate. We are right around the same age and hit it off right away.
I am without a plan now and just winging the whole trip. I feel very blessed by the people who i have met here.
This trip has been a wonderful experience for me. Traveling alone in a different country is thrilling and at times nerve wracking. I tend to lose things all the time. My phone, keys, wallet, etc. so ive had to ...
... talking to him and loading our stuff back into the
car afterwards we could hear the continuous buzz of crop spraying aircraft
spraying the millions of hectares of bananas, by far and away the biggest
agricultural business in the region.
Then it was the short hop to the border with Costa Rica at
Sixaola where the river of the same name marks the actual border between the
two countries. Formalities were quick and easy – just one and a half hours ...
... to the shade! Me and the hot, hot sun don't mix too well. But it doesn't get much better that sitting under a palms tree, feeling the cool breeze listening to the ocean! I was very content sitting there all day. It was also a very quiet weekend in Samara due to the earthquake. One of the other teachers said he had never seen it so quiet. There was never more than 20 people on the whole beach. It was like we had the place to ourselves. It was a much better beach than the one I went to ...