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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seven and since Sadie had told me to go to her mother’s
house at eight for breakfast I decided to start my day. The walk to the village
was very short so I took a meander to the ponds first to see if there were any
birds, I saw a Jacana and another flock of Egrets, as well as a family of Black-cheeked
Woodpeckers. I played peek-a-boo with a Barred Ant Shrike and never was able to
sight the singer of a beautiful tune from high in the tree tops. It was ...
... the bus to tell the drive
to be sure I got off at the right place. The bus once again trudged its way up
steep hills and precarious river crossing before we arrived at the small
village of Colonia Liberia. I unloaded the bus and was immediately embraced in
a hug by a woman. It was Margarita, one
of the women in the group I would be interviewing; she was there to show me
around the town.
walked to her friend ...
... Dota usually nest towards the end of the year when temperatures are colder and epiphytic flowers are blooming.
Imagine yourself in a beautiful garden. Now imagine over 100 beautiful hummingbirds flying cheerfully around you! That is what the incredible Hummingbird Garden has to offer you. More than 14 species of hummingbirds will amaze you with ...
... Here is where it gets tricky. Yo se el president de Estados Unidos. I know the president of the United States. BUT! Yo no conozco el president de Estados Unidos. I do not know (have not seen/ met him) the president of the United States. These two words get hairy when asking questions too. Saber is used when an interrogative is before in the sentence. While speaking to my teachers, in Spanish, I have come up with a statement about ...
... couple, so really small and interactive). We met peccaries, spider monkeys, toucans, parrots, a kinkajou, capuchin monkeys, boa constrictor, a grison (a relative of the weasel), and macaws; as you'll see when we get pictures up, when I say met, I mean pretty up close and personal. Everyone in our group held a baby capuchin, who somehow managed to pee on all of us, though in my defense, he only peed on me (Ben) when I tried to hand him off ...