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... to bite!! After that drama we spent the rest of the day on the back of a motorbike which we hired for the day at 35$. We cruised around the island, once Shaun had mastered how to ride a motorbike ;-) We stopped off at Ojo de Agua which are natural pools of crystal clear water. We spent a couple of hours swimming and sunbathing before heading over the other side of the island for some lunch. We then headed over to a place which was recommended by ...
... our names on a sign right away. After some searching we finally found the driver holding a sign with "Dillard" on it - yahoo!!. We waited around for another passenger, Mark from the UK. We chatted it up with him a bit, he had a pretty strong accent and we found out that he was travelling solo in Nicaragua for 18 ...
Our last breakfast with the family would be an early one as we had to leave at 6:30 in order to get the ferry back at 7:00. We said our thank you's and goodbyes and went to the ferry port. The sun had just come up so it was that early morning feel where everything is crisp and fresh. We got back to the mainland around an hour later and we had a bus waiting for us. That one took around an hour and then we had to change to another chicken bus for ...
... in the courtyard look up and wave to me. Without fail, someone always says good morning. I've gotten to know some of the grades really well, and it feels wonderful to be recognized and appreciated.
From there, my days vary depending on which classes I have to assist. As much as I've been frustrated by some aspects of my work. I know I'm really going to miss my students and the professors and directors I work with. More than ...
... in San Pedro who learnt Spanish for a week. Kevin from Perth and Eva who is Irish. We met them last night again. We ran into them in Copan Honduras also 2 weeks ago and now here. Small world. They were off to isla de Ometepe and we planned to go there too soon . We chatted and said we'd keep in touch by facebook. We had a final dinner here in Granada and planned our route to Ometepe tomorrow. We have enjoyed it here , could have done more but needed to go slow here as the heat is so ...