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... she looks like a very tan Chinese girl. She speaks English, Spanish from being here, Chinese and Thai. Then towards the beach end of the plot is the hatchery with all the lil baby turtles in, waiting to come out. Went down the road for dinner as one of the local families cooks for us, then chilled playing uno before going to bed. Doing my first night survey tomorrow so let's see how that goes. The journey awaits ...
... don't want to know what their summer feels like, lol. Among CPI's three locations, this is the most rural. So no air conditioning though they do have fans, cold showers that do far more than hot one ever could in this climate and small houses. So far, it's cozy so if I can get through this heat for the next week, then I'm set for better, cooler weather the rest of my trip. I'm gonna check out the beach later for the ...
... and here is where I advertise my contempt for American Airlines. On both legs of our flight home, Robin asked for a blanket. She was clearly ill and shaking from the chills. Their snatchy response, we don't have blankets in main cabin. On the flight from Miami to Chicago, the attendant did ask the first class steward if she could have a blanket for Robin only to be told no. When ...
Day 7 - Sunday. Our last day of fun.
Yesterday was pure heaven. So much so that we decided to return to Playa Carrillo for another day at the beach. The only addition...a boogie board! I sat all day yesterday and watched the waves, wishing I had a board. Come to find out Kate, the 8 yr old daughter of the owners, had a boogie board and she was more than happy to loan it to me. Woo hoo!
But first, a quick trip to town for a heartier breakfast and some souvenir ...
... morning. This is a middle to lower class elementary school that we are working in and have 163 students enrolled. The school would like us to do a mural of their values. The other school in the afternoon that we visit has 200 students enrolled and is a middle class elementary school. We will be doing a mural in their science lab and English classroom. We will also be repainting the cafeteria. Tonight ...