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... because there wasn't anything else I thought I'd like. I asked for it medium-rare, but I think it was more like extra-rare. It was very good, though. Mom got a whole red snapper and didn't realize it would be the entire fish, eyes and all.
We got back to the hotel pretty late again, so there wasn't much time for blogging or anything.
Daily bird count = 16
Daily life bird count = 11
Trip bird count = 20
Trip life bird count = 14
... the car had been broken into and Laurie's prized possession, his camera and 600mm lens, had been stolen in broad daylight, on a busy street outside our hotel. The police and investigators were very helpful, they did what they could but had little chance of finding it. We gave back the rental car and moved our flight to Mexico forward, no more wildlife, no more ...
... quickly that each plant has only one bunch of fruit, and they spend most of their life covered with a blue plastic bag. This protects the bananas from the harsh tropical sun and allows them all to ripen at the same time. Their life cycle is pretty complicated, with lots of human intervention for marketing purposes. The most important thing seems to be protecting the fruits from ...
... being upstairs in the dorm situated next to the bar which was pumping out loud club music.
The following morning I went out and walked around the town. The town was nice and small and had an entirely different atmosphere and vibe than the two places I've visited on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. Puerto Viejo had less of an American traveler influence and more of a relaxed ...
... love my camera, it's so good and I've got some gorgeous shots. Also news at the sanctuary, Selma made the amazing pork thing that I loved so much before. She's a goddess! Apparently Judy tried to steal her at one point for their kitchen but she said that the volunteers needed her, we do! After work we all went to Puerto Viejo, as there was a surf competition there today and a reggae concert that night. Missy, a new girl, came with us. She arrived today and had been ...