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... a type of landscape I had never been in before I didn't really know what to expect other than what David Attenborough had told me on TV. Climbing through the trees and vines we got to an opening and I can honestly say I have never seen anything like it. Just the sounds of water falling and frogs ribetting along with the height of the various surrounding trees. Passing through streams and rivers, you had to really pay attention to where you ...
... in the end. The work here makes me feel useful, like I help the community even if it's just a tiny bit.
Right now I've been in the park for three weeks, to tell everything I did in these three weeks would take me hours. Instead of doing that I'll tell the highlights, the things that impressed me most.
The first project I did here was the Biogarden, or the 'shitmachine' as the volunteers like to call it. The Biogarden consist of two part. One part is a big tank where ...
... in the communities of Pijie and Filadelfia. The people of these communities may have been in circumstances of poverty and need but their character was rich and strong. They depended on God and showed each other love. I love these people no different than I love anyone else. All I can think about when I see these people is how much God loves us.
The day was impactful and eventful. All of our lives were changed and we will never be the same.
... really tight though so I couldn't actually undo the knot holding the buoy to the rope so Martin eventually did it. Which was lucky really as I would have needed someone to actually hold the buoy while I undid the knot, octopus I am not. Then under the water we went. The visibility was horrible and there was a really strong current. To try and keep together we all linked arms around my anchored buoy line. So remember the mask that didn't fit my face? Every couple ...
... We returned to San Jose for the night and I took the five hour bus ride to Coco the next day to visit Erik and Nikki Easler, who are visiting CR for two months from Mass.
The town they are staying in, Coco, is only about an hour from the Nicaraguan border. Nikki and Erik are pro travelers, and they have an awesome blog. They have done international construction before and did a really cool backpacking trip in South America ...