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... which was cool. It kind if reminded me of nimbin in Byron bay. But we decided not to stay the night. So Andy rented a car and we drove to santa teresa. Santa teresa was something else. It was a really cool relaxed village and the beach were white and beautiful. We came down at the beach for the sunset and it was so many surfers there. Really cool! BecauSe I'm a backpacker and Andy is just on holiday he wanted to stay in a hotel that costed ...
... just doing laundry takes a chunk of time since the wet clothes need to hang outside to dry. Alice volunteers up at the school helping in the library and the 2nd grade classroom and Todd is going to be helping out in the high school. We also have a Spanish class that meets once a week and we both try to dedicate part of each day studying up on our Spanish.
It is nice to have a more relaxed pace of life and to feel like we stepped off of the crazy spinning hamster ...
... are 15 cables
- 5 longest = 550 m / 1804 feet, 425 m / 1394 ft, 600 m / 1968 ft, 750 m / 2460 ft and 1 km / 3280 ft.
- Height from 75 m / 225 ft to 180 m 540 ft
- 24 platforms
- Tarzan Swing 60 m / 196 ft
- Rappel 98 ft
- Total walking distance 3.8 km
On the 500 to 600 metre runs we got up to speed of ...
... as cheating due to the feeders (even if they were part of a research project?) but the challenge is getting something in focus. Hummingbirds are fast little buggers, by the time you've managed to focus and press the shutter - phffst, they've gone. That said of the 500 odd photos we took between the 4 of us we got a few good ones. Apart form the humming birds we didn't see a huge amount - a few birds, a coati (I ...
... natural vibe for a beach village and so decided to try Santa Teresa, the road here was not paved, the bus bouncing on the dust and stones that paved the road. We arrived at 12 and it was seriously hot. The sea lay hidden behind the buildings and hedge to the side of the road, getting off the bus all we experienced was dust. We walked up the road to find hostel Brunela, an old spanish building - more of a ...