Hotel El Prado
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... food in obstacles, and hang them in different locations, to simulate the effort of finding food in the wild. The male baboon is very relaxed, knowing that he is the strongest, picking at the bag and munching at ease. The female baboon, on the other hand, keeps a look out for danger, and keeping her eye on the male, stuffing her face with food, which she will eat later, when she finds a location she deems safe. She also waits for the ...
... or post. Ironically, the center of the earthquake was right where we had been traveling two weeks ago --- in La Guajira. If you remember my pictures ---- there are miles and miles, actually kilometers and kilometers and hectares, of nothing. Thus, thankfully, there were no injuries and no damages.
All is and safe; Life is Good!
... Donuts, Folgers Black Silk or even Pete's; I have my (rich, dark; milk added) coffee sitting right next to me. In Colombia it's "Juan Valdez" coffee that's the best to drink.
Juan Veldez is an interesting company! It operates as a cooperative business of coffee growers which was first organized in 1927 ...
... the pain. Then, it happened again. The piercing pain through and through. I could feel the paint through my entire ear canal. I jumped off my bed, screaming "Mami". I ran out my room screaming and crying hysterically as I ran to her in the backyard. She was confused and startled and I didn't know how to explain it to her, that there was something in my ear. The feeling is unexplainable - helplessness of not being able to get it out of your ear while listening to ...
... a call and asked if she’d like to show me around Barranquilla, she obliged.
Now Barranquilla is special for more than just having a zoo with a Liger, is also the birth place of Shakira, the girl who sung that Soccer World Cup song about Africa (I loved that song). I had always though Shakira was one of the hottest pop stars I’d ever seen, so I was pretty stoked to be here ...