Travel Blogs from Turrialba
On the farm land, I saw two horses. One brown and the other white with spots (not purple ones.. lol). I said "hi" to them and then went back to get the carrots and celery that I had as leftovers from the previous day. They seemed to like them a little.
Since it was getting dark, I headed back to the room to rest as I was also a bit tired. I'm now watching tv (all the channels are in Spanish though) and lying on my bed.
... pineapple and sugar cane plantations with other mystery plants called Heart of Palm. I had an opportunity to photograph the bananas at the boat landing later that afternoon.
Our first visit was to a privately owned section of rain forest which has been set up to give opportunities of walking in the rain forest and travelling in cable car gondola to travel through the forest, firstly at about half the tree height and on the return at or above the ...
... black bags used for extra waterproofing, I felt rather lucky to be living in the VM outhouse! There were now so many people, that our cook Lucy gained an assistant and the cleaning rota got even more structured than before. Most were very cheery and keen, though there were nerves too for what lay ahead. It was good to be finally joined by these eager young people and the anticipation grew once more; for the imminent project allocations and getting stuck in to the hard work ...
... is 70% Roman Catholic with 50% practicing - it was an appropriate and very well received departing gift. Morgs even wrote a blessing inside the cover. We arrived just before first break 9:05 (school starts at 7:00) so that he could have one last game of soccer with his mates. We then went back up stairs to say his final farewell to his classmates and teacher and I had to fight back the tears. He was fine but I ...
... enough to do that walk twice more, with progressively quicker times but progressively worsening weather....
After 6 weeks of glorious sunshine and clear skies, the wet season has definitely hit Jalova. We've had storms so loud they wake you up at night, waves the height of trees and downpours so long and heavy there's no point in fighting it. In the last 7 days, I've been soaked to the bone more often than I care to admit. It's all worth it ...
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