Hotel Las Tortugas
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... was out at that time of day, it was siesta time and just too hot to be out.
After getting settled we headed for the beach and relished the cool breezes and refreshing water. The girls headed into the surf right away, and after a few times of getting pounded by the waves and saltwater up their nose, they quickly became more comfortable being in the ocean. The beach was huge (3 miles long), wide and almost empty. Pretty shells and coral soon filled our pockets, and the body ...
... sizes as well as to continue to grow their livestock and specialty crops; the goal is for the farm to produce all the food necessary for the resort side of things plus some for sale. We walked through the farm and I met the sheep, hogs, turkeys, chickens, and surprisingly EMU raised for meat as well as some of the goats used for milk. There is a cheese making building which was recently finished and will be up and running in ...
... and immediately got the lilo back out! Jade, who was on our day off, came to join me as well as some people who are on holiday in their condos. Was pretty nice just floating around, drinking a beer and listening to music. Although Jade managed to break my new best friend, the lilo, nooooo. The guys on holiday gave us some free red snapper to cook as well and told us it was all de-boned etc. Technically it was but it also still had the tail on and the skin, I have ...
... knots i.e. the bow line because I have to do knots, underwater, for search and recovery. Laura taught me yesterday but Martin showed me some really helpful tricks. But still, EEH. Can't see this going well, I wasn't exactly the archetypal brownie. In fact I got thrown out for telling ghost stories at camp and completely freaking out a whole dorm of girls. Slightly harsh I think. During lunch Brenda got a phone call saying a dolphin had ...
... but that’s behind schedule. So far they have $90 plus $50 collected for it. They also hope to build a jungle gym playground for Potrero. Anna is working to get baseline assessment data on all students. They’re preparing a press kit. Next weekend is a 3-day Fiesta and A.M. will have a booth, to advertise and to sell something (not food, they have contracted that to vendors.) If ...
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