Hotel Cafe de Paris
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rides, orchid and butterfly gardens.
The cabin is fully equipped.
The first floor features the kitchen with large picture windows
overlooking the mountains and ocean. There is a living area, a desk, a
washer and a full bathroom. The second floor has a comfortable double
bed, a balcony also overlooking the ocean, a romantic bathtub for two, a
sofa and ...
... making it.
A project I did that I didn't expect to like at all was the bird survey. Bird spotting always seemed stupid and boring to me, who would watch birds for three hours long? Well, apparently I would.
Here in the park they want to have an index of the birds that visit the park, where and how often. There are two methods in use to index the birds. With one you walk to the top of the mountain, to a viewpoint, and sit there for three hours to count the birds ...
... t go completely successfully though and I knew I hadn't got a 5, dammit! I was meant to be doing my swims after all of this but Laura, who was going to be watching me do them, also had to do all of her skills for her staff instructor. This meant after doing my 3 skills I was literally sat on the bottom of the pool doing nothing for like an hour or more. We ended up finishing super late whilst everyone did their skills and by the time we finished back at Rich Coast it was 5pm. ...
... up earlier than I would for work to go and find them, on my day off. That's dedication! Day 31: I went to bed last night thinking I was just dehydrated and my throat was really dry but no. I woke up this morning to swollen red tonsils, nooooo! I sucked it up and got up at 6am anyway and headed straight down to the beach to find some sea snakes. I figured that as there were 15 yesterday there would at least be 1 today. There were none. ...
... while Rico shouted "Pura Vida!" and we tried to untie the knot of arms and legs and lift our paddles. And when we just got back into our position to paddle we were in the middle of rapid again and water splashesd in our faces. We made our way down the river and Rico pointed out all kind of wildlife: a three- toed sloth, parrots and snakes and told us a lot about the native pepole living in the rainforest and their way of living. Half way down the river we came to ...