Hotel Condovac la Costa
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... to take advantage of the "it's happy hour, so we just bring you two of whatever you order" rule, which I was pleased to learn is just as prominent here as in the other Central American countries I've visited.
Two mango daiquiris, some Mahi Mahi (that they call 'Dorado' here, crazy kids - don't they know this ...
... prehensile tails to stabilize and grab branches for balance. As we pulled our boat close to shore, a few came very close to inquisitively check us out. One even appeared to have a puzzled look on its face, scratching its chin as if to say, "What business do you have here?" These monkeys inhabit similar territory with the howler monkeys, and although we did not see any territory wars on our tour, it's not impossible. The Howler monkeys are extremely territorial. Seeing the Scarlet ...
Alarm went off 2:45am, here we go, my first night survey. Grabbed my head torch and we headed off. We walked for about 25 mins to the end of our section of beach without seeing anything. It was also really high tide so we ended up walking on the vegetation rather than on these beach itself. Stopped for about 10 mins to cool down again as it doesn't really cool down during the night. Well it's not so much hot but just extremely high ...
... get a moment like that, it feels like some kind of natural high that makes life worth living.
Dan is fishing today, hope he catches a big one. Luc and I just had breakfast together and now heading to the pool and hope he finds his friend Balentina.
Balentina is 4 years old, and is the granddaughter of the owners of the Hotel here. She is gorgeous, and I really think Luc has found his ideal girlfriend...lol
... for them with.Have someone get the food and blanket. 3. Have someone pray for their needs. Then we would all hug and say goodbye. One person from each group took on one of these responsibilities and worked as a team to minister to the families in need. Our eyes were opened and we were humbled as we ministered to the last five families.All of the families were so grateful for the gift we brought them. The people were joyful and we witnessed ...