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... was really long and was a full sand beach with medium sized waves around. There seemed to be a stand for a lifeguard but I never saw anybody in it.
We went back home for a while to sit around and not do too much before heading back into town to try and find dinner. We walked around for a while but all the restaurants were fairly expensive. We eventually found a small local one which had decent meals for about $3 which was good. I had a good ...
... mangroves trees for over 20 years now because in the 70's they had been all chopped down. The mangroves are very important for the stability of the island, fish, and birds. Francisco and our English guide did reinactent of the legend of the dwarf. Also I got a love poem for. Francisco. Very funny. The tour group were very nice and took me back to Bahai. The tour cost only $10 with the group.by myself $20. Very worth while the ...
... the city of
Bahia and Planet Drum Foundation for the past six years. Ramon’s
lessons and interactions with students are exciting, dynamic and fun.
Ramon is committed to environmental restoration and helping students
realize their potential to impact the positive change they’d like
to see in their local environment and community. Ramon has been a GSE
staff member since December of 2010.
Erika del Cid
... better--you need balance if you are going to survive a week like this. On the whole raw, vegan thing, here was the prevailing sentiment: look, the best possible food that will nourish the body the best on earth is organic fruits and veggies that haven't had the nutrients cooked out of them. That said, eating a diet that is based on plants and whole foods is pretty darn good. That is to say, if there is a hierarchy, ...
... their wants appear to be small. I honestly don't think they are truly aware how other parts of the world live. I'm sure they see tourists come through, and they don't understand why we take pictures of their homes and streets. To them, their basic needs are met. They have a roof to protect them from the rain (if not from the humidity), they find food in the jungle - primarily fruits and potatoe like vegetables. On occasion they have ...