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... would DIE to play soccer in a rain forest. There is a small turf field in the middle of no where and we had front row seats on the balcony over looking the field. I think if I lived in Samara, I would simply buy a hammock to sleep in by the field. For the next two hours I got to watch gorgeous men running around (shirts optional) and at the same time brush up on my Spanish profanity! I loved every second of it. During the second half of Bambi's game (he plays on a team with ...
... all the sewer water from the toilets (hence the name 'shitmachine' ) and kitchen water. From this terrible, disgusting and certainly smelly water gas is extracted. I still don't know how exactly that works but the gas comes out of the poop from the sewer water. This gas will be used in the kitchen to power the stove. The other part of the Biogarden is truly a garden. Or it will be a garden. In this garden the water will be purified, this way we can use it to water the trees ...
... on my second day by the turtles appearing in their droves! After an extremely bumpy ride, down moon crater roads with streams running across them, we arrived in nearby Ostional beach around thirty minutes before sunset. Ostinal is the second biggest nesting ground in the world, where thousands of Olive Ridley turtles come to lay their millions of eggs in the black sand. When we arrived there were already hundreds ...
38.602 W82 41.122), a lovely spot on the beach looking out to sea with palms
all round (but NOT overhead in the firing line of a potentially lethal falling
coconut – some 2000 deaths occur annually from people being hit on the head by
falling coconuts!) We had no facilities but as usual had plenty of water for
drinking and washing and a discrete hole dug in the bush way back from the
beach and properly covered afterwards is acceptable for one ...
... the roads would look like. We didn't know if there would be road closures, land slides or closed bridges. Well we lucked out because on the way there we had no problems. It was smooth sailing the whole way, which was great. We got there around 8:00PM. It is about a 4 hour drive from Escazu. We first went to the hotel we had booked. We didn't have high hopes for it because we hadn't been able to get in touch with them after the earthquake but decided to check it out. When we go there we ...