Hotel Guanacaste Lodge
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the hike we enjoyed a picnic lunch of ham and bean sandwiches with fruit. Then
it was time to hit the road once again. I dreaded another bone-shaking ride
until Tanya informed me we would be going home another way which she hoped
would be smoother. Thankfully it was, the rest of the day was a comfortable
enjoyable ride. We rode through winding country roads with beautiful views of
... floating until someone rescued me. Or I drowned. Then I had to lift the anchor from where we were, I originally had it round (I can only describe it as this) the little silver thing you use to tie the rope to, to help me pull it up. Martin, correctly, made me move to the anchor side but took it off the silver thing (seriously what is this called?!). I then started hoisting the anchor but after a point I couldn't move it. I assumed it was stuck on the bottom but as, ...
... in a ridiculous temperatures I created lime and honey 'scramcakes' so named because they are pancakes but look like scrambled eggs. I'm totally creating a new dish rather than saying it was a failure. But yeah non stick pans all the way! Day 10: More diving today, doing it all the time is pretty knackering. Your always doing something, loading the boat, swimming, picking up tanks (which are like 18KGs a go) and in the ridiculously hot sun which is also super draining. You can't ...
... you started out holding a baby holler monkey then they stuck you in the monkey cage. That was very cool. The just jumped on me. They made you empty your pockets first as the monkeys searched your pockets to steal things. They even opened zipper pockets to look for items to steal. It was very cool.
After coming out of the cage I was told that the same monkeys attacked a drunk idiot ...
... in Potrero; they are building the bullriding ring at the edge of town. A.M. will have a booth and sell small things, bookmarks made by the children, etc. Art samples to devoted parents. A.M. will host the Tope - a very popular stick-horse event. Rentals of the horses cost $90 so enough has to be charged to cover expenses.
While the young folks lunched, Drew hleped me polish a program ...