BEST WESTERN Camino A Tamarindo
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... eager to be on the move. She then took us down to her colleague who was digging out a leatherback nest, were we saw 2 baby leatherbacks also retrieved from the nest. One was still squidgy where it's shell needed to fall back into place & harden up. Needless so say we took a few pics, but this was one of those, won't happen again moments, one definitely to remember. Ohh just so you know, the biologists took the turtles back to keep safe, ...
... and the office is closed for lunch? I confess that I lost my patience for a while, as well as hours at the border between taxes, closed offices and exit and entry stamps.
But all's well that ends well, we are in Nicaragua on the road to the homonymous lake and to the beautiful Ometepe island, prices after crossing the border have more than halved, itching bites have become almost bearable and we are ready to explore many more wonderful places in our last month of travel.
... erupted with hungry fish. We crossed the
stream and went to a raised goat pen adjacent to a large pasture. Of the eight
or so goats there three where currently being milked, we captured each one by
one and milked them dry. I was slow and only milked one and let Oscar, who was
much quicker, get the other two.
these morning chores I met back with Ernesto by the calf. The calf was doing
better but he was out of medications ...
... I wrote for a short time before Ernesto came down
with dinner, he said his wife was exhausted and would have to join us for
breakfast instead. We had a nice meal of chicken with potatoes, peas, and
salad…no rice…no beans! It was good, and it had all been grown on the farm. We
talked of CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) organic systems, family, and
food preservation. I told Ernesto of my idea to have a workshop to show ...
... buy a large group of old Americans. We were a little put out by this but had to head back with the rest of the group. However we were in luck, our guide noticed our disappointment and dropped us off last. He then offered to take us out the following night for free and gave us a discount for a river tour we were already planning on doing the next day! The following day we were picked up at 8am for our nature tour, which ...