Casa Caletas Hotel
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... the fried pork vendors we kept seeing and forego the casadas (meal of the day) to find something light. There were quite a few marisquerias (seafood restaurants) which seemed to fit the bill. Having a seat inside under the fan, eating salad and ceviche and cooling off with a natural (fresh squeezed juice) was exactly what we needed.
We hadn't really found the places where people live or shop so we continued to explore. Even stopping in a ...
... even though their cage was rather small. We then went into the orchid gardens and enjoyed the beautiful and varied orchids in flower and on display.
By this time we were running horribly late for our return to the ship ( we were late). We had a spectacular day seeing beyond the local town and our trip into the mountains to the coffee plantation was brilliant. We were so glad we decided on this tour - it was much better than going ...
We were due to go on a Big Cat Track Search this morning, but the torrential rain made it pointless. Spent the test of the day getting the Christmas Party ready. Christmas dinner consisted of a nut roast, mashed potato, cous cous and vegetables and was not bad at all (not quite turkey and roast potatoes), but was more than satisfactory. After dinner the drinking began. I had bought a bottle of gin and several cans of tonic and most of the other ...
... them for years as an educator and I know what works best for me, methods he does not agree with. Turns out my lack of participation got me it into another class. Hooray!!! I don't want to deal with him anymore. I didn't think they would switch a student so quickly. I just hope my next one is okay with a little English when I need it... I'm kinda confused on how they legitimize solid Spanish after only 2 weeks. Anyway.... I did a ...
... whispered. "Oh my God, I really can' t believe it," he said a she pointed to the direction of the toucan.
I stopped in my tracks. The toucan moved its beak as if inspecting us as we approached. It begun to squawk and then he started to unfurl its wings hard until it got airborne. I managed to take a few pictures and then my eyes caught that of Jose. We both laughed.
After that, , it was a long but meditative walk to the exit.