Hotel El Parque
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... banana bait, and to see the cock of the rock birds. I didn't manage to get a good picture of the birds but was very happy to see them all at their spot, where they show off to attract a mate.
On the drive the next day we stopped at the scenic Las Huellas Del Glaciar National Park where we could see the fault line between the tectonic plates that created the Andes. It was here that Alan said the immortal line to me, "could you please hold my bat moth, while I take a pee". ...
... been extremely helpful. Lastly, I have learned that I will learn far more talking with the locals asking for directions, restaurants, etc. than I will ever learn in the classroom - the hardest part is putting yourself out there to make the mistakes and learn from them.
I have a lot more to share and I hope to be able to write 1-2 times per week during my time here!
... heap. What they don't waste and leak in oil and petrol they burn inefficiently, meaning you rarely escape the smoky, choky fumes while moving.
We emerge from the city limits and begin our ascent, twisting and turning on and on, the foothills give way to a seemingly endless upward route. Rounding each bend reveals yet another hill to climb; across the valley, mountains with patchwork-quilted, fields rise and rise at ludicrous angles. ...
-keep a journal for my parents
-scuba dive: overcome fear of being under water
-being extremely homesick (although traveling and seeing new things is amazing, after only a short time I find myself dreaming of, and anticipating my bed), our dog Clutch, certain food, talking to my family...etc. In a way, looking forward to being home.
-returning to Kelowna after one year, to "nothing": no home, no job, no ...
... great things about as well. What I did see though which was great, was the highest waterfall in the world, falling from a tepui which is a flat topped sort of mountain. The tepui’s are all the way to the waterfall, and are pretty spectacular.
Fourth, the people and baseball. Venezuelans were probably the some of the funniest and kindest people I’d ever met. No one was to busy to shoot the breeze for a few minutes and what was the most refreshing was I ...