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... the locals" and not being hoity toity with my shipmates. Their dad was feeding them and one of the kids asked him to share with me. Not wanting to be an 'ugly American', I accepted the offer. Well, it turned out to be an oyster, not an Oyster Rockefeller on a pretty white shell, but an ugly slimy oyster on an old shell, AND it had jalapeņo on it. I despise jalapeņo. But I ate the damn thing, smiled (probably grimaced), said "muchas gracias, Seņor" and ...
... but well worth the trip! We have seen the canals and beaches of the Caribbean coast, the rainforest, a volcano, a beautiful lake, the cloud forest, and now we are perched on a hillside cliff overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. We have a huge room with a kitchen and two walls that are completely windows, one of which opens to a large balcony the length of the room with sweeping views of the ocean. Within an ...
... earthquake, two exciting firsts! Whilst having my breakfast this morning I was looking at a pineapple and it set me thinking about something. I had a chat with David from logistics about it when I reached the office and I was correct in my thinking. The green spiky part on top of a pineapple is called the crown. It is inedible and so all the customer does is chop it off and throw it away. It makes much more sense for the crowns to be removed here as then more ...
... of the day by mere seconds!) and head over to Isla de Ometepe (two volcanoes emerging from lake Nicaragua, that erupted and formed land mass around themselves).
We got there at around 6.30pm and it was pitch black so we jumped in the back of a Ute and it took us to some little town known as Altagracia with about 50 houses, corner store and a park (under exaggeration for effect) and caught a couple of nights in the sleepy town to get our bearings/buses ...
... few pointers on the beach, but mostly we were in the water. On his first try, Paul stood up and rode the wave all the way to the beach! I was not as quick to pick it up, but before long, I managed to catch a few waves too. Both Paul and I were elated and exhilerated. We finally understood the appeal of surfing! (All surf photos are courtesy of Peter's wife, Charlotte. Thanks again Charlotte--it was lovely meeting you and Peter).