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Travel Blogs from Playa Flamingo
... to now ask questions and communicate on a basic level.
Every trip comes with its fair amount of speed bumps. A stolen camera, stolen passport, lost credit card, forgetting to pack your underwear, having no more clean socks, realizing that you have no clean clothes, getting sick from the food, gaining weight because you're not getting sick of the food, getting a sunburn, taking a wrong turn, losing your tour group, carrying all of ...
... and the fish! I was searching for sea shells and one of the best quotes to date came out when I came up with a handful of shells: "I feel like Ariel! But you know like….with a diving mask." I guess you had to be there, but it was really funny. The water was super salty and super easy to float in. Before we left, I went over to the actual snorkel area which had lava rocks and I got to see at least 4 different fish. It was tough though because it was high tide.
... suck. They make us better travelers and make the awesome days that much more awesome.
2. Enjoy the walk and ride. You see so much more in terms of people, wildlife, and weird things when you take an extra 30 minutes to move your legs. (When given the choice between machine and animal, always choose animal.)
3. Don't be afraid to practice your foreign language with an animal. They are the least judgmental listeners you'll ...
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... one on which I had loaded GPS Travelmaps maps seemed
better. Again, you get what you pay for (or don’t pay for….). Ergo.
When we finally made it back onto a “proper” road (one that
had the makings of a tarred surface) even this was pretty rough as it wound up
into the hills towards San Isidro de le General. The surface was uneven, really
badly patched and often dangerously potholed. I wonder how the overland motor
bikers get ...