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- Continental Breakfast
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... their climbing and swinging skills, wrestled one another, or sat grooming themselves. Sadly, they have learned to open backpacks and steal food, so we saw them doing that too. The sounds we were surrounded by were so cool...especially the howler monkeys, which are the loudest land mammal on earth.The biggest challenge of the day (besides surviving the heat) was spotting a sloth. Guides kept pointing them out to their groups, but we could never see them. They sleep most ...
... through it. The lightening is flashing all around us huge bolts hit the hills, one just in front of us every colour of the rainbow. Just as you think it has let up so torrential rain starts again. The roads and surrounding areas are flooded our gear has forgotten it should be water proof it is the middle of the afternoon and it is a black ...
... 7 a.m., work until 5 p.m. and then back home; they have regular check-ups and always use condoms. One woman had been working there for a number of years and it was the first day for the other woman.
At the end of the canal a beautiful mural adorned a concrete wall depicting the history of the Maya.
... still has English classes. He still learning body parts in English and I just introduced him to the "head, shoulders, knees and toes" song. His tutor really liked it.
Later today I'll probably go out and explore the city a little more. I really want to find the Baptist church today so that I can go on Sunday. Most of the churches here are Catholic, and though my family is Catholic, they only go to church ...
... in the archipelago of San Blas, Silke; we went for dinner with her the same evening, just before she left the city.
During these three days we also made a few trips out of town, perhaps deluded by the fact that we had any chance to escape the heat; in fact, the first place we chose was not exactly ideal to escape the heat, being a crater: the Masaya volcano, about ten kilometers from Granada, is one of the most active in the country and these days is being carefully ...