Jaco Bay Condo Hotel by Ramada
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... waterfall trip earlier that day (>300 steps, about 200 ft). Axel and Wilbert were quite enamored with the Uke. It was really cool getting a firsthand look at what this place is all about.
Ryan and Richard shared their testimonies after our opening music, which was awesome! Then is was on to work projects. I helped install a video surveillance system - a job that continues today. The day was capped off by Tim telling ...
... it will help me in the long run. For example, do a better straight back when doing the forward lunge, bend knees if I need to, as this will help in doing hamstring stretch to further help with my forward fold in the long run. It's been 3-4 weeks since last time I took hot yoga at home so this first work out was a killer. There really is something about yoga that is calming, that is refreshing, that is cleansing.
Thoughts in savasana was mind ...
... venturers also conducted interviews with the ranger and some of the visitors about their opinions on national parks and conservation. We received some interesting responses and these were captured in the phase official blog. The last day of the phase was soon upon us and we decided to devote it to the wildlife around us, with Tavo taking us on our last tours of our stay, to spot animals and pick up further facts about our environment. We also packed up our camp, washing all the ...
... was the greatest concentration of these seemly prehistoric predators. We have seen many wild animals during our travels, but this was our first view of this predator.
It was now time for our taste of local cuisine. We stopped in at a large restaurant that was part restaurant and part tourist shop. Here we were treated to a lunch that was normal for the local residents. We ate rice, black beans, and fried plantains. Also we supplemented the meal with chicken and ...
... for the start of snack time.
Mike Cooper and Cesar set a tree on fire by accident while welding a post in place. Fortunately, we had a hose nearby and didn't have to call in the Bomberos. Cesar is now known as, "En Fuego".
Maybe the best part of the day was at the end of the day when we had installed a lot of fencing and were tired. ...