Arenal Lodge Lake Wildlife
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... walking it felt so much longer but we eventually made it back, to be welcomed by some ice tea in the van. The next stop was the hot springs. Omg they were so nice. Not as natural as they had previously described or compared to the Icelandic ones I went in but still so good. We had dinner beforehand where I had some well good fajitas. There was about 5 small pools all ranging in hotness and lap couple of them had slides and one had a bar too! ...
... had a rough night last night and day today because I miss my daddy. I would give anything to be able to call him up and tell him about my experiences. I know he's here with me through it all, I just would love to talk to him. I miss him sooooooo much, it's unreal. I know he would be so excited and proud of me for having this experience. After holding in all my emotions this week, I had a but of a breakdown last night to Tony, Dana and Arcy about dad. I feel so lucky to ...
The next place was pretty difficult to reach, but needed to get to a small town called Bijagua – one which my pronunciation was different to theirs, whichever why I tried it. They were too stupid to make an educated guess so in the end I got the map out and showed the driver and he was like ooook. Only for said driver to never actually stop at that place, and then drop us off somewhere way further north, back by the Nicaraguan border – Bollocks!
Our day began with a 5am wake up call to ready ourselves for a busy day ahead. We assisted in rounding up 39 residents from Manos, directed by an army of volunteers and staff from Manos Abiertas. Bags, restless people, food, and tying wheelchairs to the top of the van occupied us for about an hour. Needless to say, it was some sort of controlled chaos.
Three hours and a bathroom stop later, we arrived at the hot springs. In a ...
... a flower must be red, bloom in the daytime, be rich in
nectar and lack any sort of landing pad thereby eliminating competition from
other birds. Flowers without landing pads are accessible only by hummingbirds,
which can hover and feed while hanging in the air. Other flowers such as trumpet
or tubular shaped blossoms provide selective feeding for ...