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... but also feeding trout ponds which are full of fish destined for the restaurant. They were delicious. The Lodge is one of the best managed eco resorts that we have visited.
The gardens are full of flowers but rather confusingly for me, they represented all the seasons at once, Lilac trees in bloom, apple/cherry blossom, Hydrangeas in full flower as well as numerous varieties of flowering Fuschia at the same time as some trees are bare and others ...
We got up and Ellie went for a ride because it was her last day with the bike. When she retuned we had breakfast and I picked star fruit to make fresh juice for the day. Ellie came back and said she was going to go to church...I thought I was going to fall on my butt. I asked her to repeat it and she said she had to change and needed money and she was gone to church and ...
... so they will be ready for tonights supper accompined with rice, tomatoes and some pork chop.Dan has an ear infection - or a bug in his ear ;-/ . We will find out tomrow as heading to a local doctor to get it checked out. We have geccos and lizzards running around freely to the sound of howling monkeys and lots of birds. Seen maybe three hummingbirds in this garden alone....
when we are out walking you can feel eyes on you, in ...
... and included a video about the turtles. Suitably refreshed we explored the botanic garden trail the hotel had laid out in the grounds. Various groups of plants had been planted together - orchids, Heliconiums, ferns etc but it was virtually impossible to tell which had been planted and which was natural. Most of the group retired to lodge, swimming pool or bar after the walk but we thought we would say goodbye to the Caribbean (also ...
... beach, watching for where a turtle comes in from the ocean, and radioing to the guides what marker-post on the beach they can find the turtle at.
Just the waddle up the beach takes 15 minutes for the turtles. Then, the turtle spends another hour or so digging her nest – first, a big hole for her whole body, and then using only her back flippers, a deep hole for the 100 or so eggs that she will lay.
Once she starts laying the eggs, the spotters ...
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