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... you spend dollars. This is why I wanted to find an ATM so that we could get take out a pile of Colones and stop the craziness. The third ATM we tried in town finally worked and we now have local currency. Our hotel is located on the outskirts of La Fortuna so it is about a 15 minute walk to the centre of town. We came back to the hotel after our rushed trip to the ATM for our nightly briefing although we already knew our schedule for tomorrow. At the ...
... tired but could not bring myself to nap. I had this feeling that if I closed my
eyes I would miss something… that the Toucan would land inches from my nose and
I would miss it! As darkness approached the Montazuma Orphilie started their
song and dance in the treetops. When the bugs became unbearable I moved into
the main cabin. Ernesto put me in one of the nice cabins to sleep, but the main
cabin has a TV and satellite, it was 5 o’clock and ...
... can’t wait to get home and start cooking and baking again! As I prepared the
apples Carlito and his friends watched, waiting for me to hand out the apple
core for them to nibble off the last of the fruit that I missed when cutting.
They also all came running whenever I opened the oven to check on the progress,
and moped off when I told them it needed more time. The oven worked but seemed
to be a little cool, pie usually takes an hour but these were in ...
... to visualize my thoughts and pull out things of key importance. The words that are larger are used most frequently helping to identify trends. I had made some from my project proposal that are hung around my desk...I will likely print off these and others to hang around my work-space as inspiration while I tackle the massive task of writing up my Thesis (100+pages), and then a ...
... differences in color that would tell me
what each species was. I watched a
Rufous-Tailed Hummer come down low to the grasses along the road and gather
spider webs, since it came down to my level I could see it’s coloration. I
managed to keep an eye on it when it went back up into the trees and I watched
as it landed in what I thought was a nest?! It was! I snapped a few pictures
with the camera but it ...