Hostal Isla Isabela
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... feet, and half way down I realised that my bag was throwing my balance off a little too much. I managed to slip it off and decided the only option was to throw it down to the ground below and hope it doesn't slide down the hill too far. I threw it, and apart from a splat from my banana and a burst packet of nuts, all electronics and such were unharmed. A few minutes later, after a moment of panic when I almost lost my balance and couldnt ...
... understand. And then it hit me. I had a bladed knife and fork in there too haha. Yep, that was the issue. What an idiot and now I'm one of those guys. Lucky there was no one behind me getting held up, but they took my details down and I had to sign the form to say I had it on me. I apologised to them as I had no idea it was in there and then had to deal with Leesh giving it to me about always getting angry at the other idiots and calling me a 'naughty criminal', haha. Either way, ...
... during my haircut last night, so it should appear acceptable. Actually got a few comments on it from some of my co-volunteers.
We had an Intro to Teaching English session and we went over our insurance policy in the morning. I ended up joining a larger group for lunch. I didn't actually order anything, but John let me try his falafal. It was a mistake having it with the hot sauce though. I'll have to remember he enjoys hot things. I showed Evelyn the used book ...
... hotel til I find something suitable.
I said goodbye to most of my buddies today.
And it is cold. Folks are bundled up and I – who once wondered what I would do with my winter coat - am wearing it in my unheated room.
I met a fellow who spoke English at the corner at a food cart. I asked him what he was eating – it was deep fried and immediately had my ...
... macaw and so many brilliantly colored butterflies. The canoe ride back to Coca was enjoyable. The occasional boat carrying lorries and oil tanker trucks, however, reminded you that the serenity and safety of this beautiful, ecologically diverse area is not guaranteed. Coca's airport was tiny. A few portable food vendors lined the sidewalk to the front door. Inside, there was a check-in desk and maybe 15 seats where we waited for 45 minutes before they opened the security station. We ...