Hotel Luna Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wouldn't choose to do it again. Like I can push myself quite hard to try new things, I've learnt but I just think this was a little too far out of my comfort zone for a prolonged period of time. Yes I'm glad I was able to see that way of life and give it a go but it's not for me. Apologies for the longest blog post ever but I thought it was something worth getting into. Hopefully going to coyote for some 4x4 rally event tomorrow which should be good. The journey awaits ...
Today was the day of the waterfall hike. Wilson who does it said it took around 3 hours. He and maddie, one of the other co-ordinators, got here around 14:00 and we set off. I could tell it was going to be right in the jungle as Wilson was carrying his 60cm long machete even though he was only wearing flip flops. We walked for about 15 mins up the road to find our track into the jungle. It was a lot cooler as in temperature wise than I thought and as ...
... I start stumbling over my words and the shop owner says, "I speak English, too!" My grateful response made a few tourists laugh out loud today. So after a final meal with other students from the school, several of us went back ton hang out by the pool, get some sun time in, study our Spanish and just take it real easy. Later, I went for one last sunset at Playa Prieta. Forty five minutes to take it all in. These sunsets are just ...
... were dropped to people on the roadside by the driver. We suspect that one could move house using the Chicken Bus and all your possessions could travel by bus without anyone blinking an eye...actually not true, everyone would probably help load and unload everything. They are very much like that here.
Despite the breakdown, we arrived at Moyogolpa with 15 minutes to spare before the ferry left. There was only one watercraft that could politely be called ...
This is the 7th or last day of our project - it's been quite a fun, eventful and interesting few days! We've spent every morning and afternoon cleaning and picking up rubbish and wood from the beach, learnt heaps about turtles and their breeding cycles (even saw a struggling mother dig a hole and lay all her eggs!!) and have enjoyed the ...