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And today Marti's chicken had it's Friday. Mario our amazing lunch chef shared a Spanish saying "Every pig has it's Saturday" so this morning when we arrived on site Mama Daisy was fixing our lunch and we were told it was the attack chicken from earlier this week. So that's where our Spanish story came in from Mario.
What we thought was going to be a light day turned into one of our most ...
... shares its borders with Nicaragua (north) and Panama (south)...you can google the rest, ha!
Now the the fun facts:
- It's smaller than Lake Michigan.
- It's the humming bird capital of the world.
- Home to 10% of the world's butterfly population.
- Estimated 20,000 species of spiders, YIKES!!!
- Monkeys galore! Howler, squirrel, spider, and the white faced.
- The ...
... as I fell headlong into the surf. Luckily it surfaced shortly afterwards, (as did I) and we were reunited. (I'm still very annoyed with myself for allowing myself to get a burned head. Ever since the sun came out south of New York a month ago I've been very careful to protect myself and acclimatise.) David took over playing with the children while I had a break in the shade. After David and Claire had returned from a walk, Claire wanted to show me some ...
... I'm totally uncomfortable and sad here. I wish I were still with Esperanza, Miguel and Ashley. They were sooooo kind and welcoming. I think I'm going to talk to profe Longwell in the morning, but I just don't want to be high maintenance or anything. Besides all that, we went horse back riding to river tubing this morning and it was so much fun! My horse was named Verde and I had a very nice guide, Jonny (Yonny) ...
... There’s a lovely armadillo that appears each evening on the
terrace and the noise from the cicadas at sunset is deafening. The crickets are about 9 inches
long. The birds are beautiful and the dawn-chorus is deafening. We don’t like the scorpions much (Frank found one in his swimming trunks just as he was about to step into them), the rodents who eat our avocado pears during the night or the frog who frequents our loo. He hides ...