Playa Hermosa Bosque del Mar Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... enough to qualify them to do a bigger dive. When Sam returned, we signed up for a real diving outing from the beach. Sam partnered with Catherine, Pablo partnered with Sam Jackson, and I partnered with Dan, a fellow American who was looking for any scuba action he could get. After gearing up, we walked slowly to the beach (100 or so yards away), holding our flippers and masks. Donning our fins, we then walked backwards until we could swim out to a white buoy that was about 200 ...
... clipped in captivity, making it hard for them to lead a normal life and reproduce. It was a special sight to see a freed member of this parrot species sitting high atop a tree without a care in the world, free from shackles, wing clippings and cages. Our student, Victor Z. will share his perspective below. Today we visited a beach that included more than we expected. We headed out of port around 9:30 and the sun was shining which meant that many if us including myself wanted to look ...
... volunteers coming at the end of the month and my job will to be their guide and coordinator- taking them to their family's, showing them around and taking them to their volunteer projects. I'm also going to be screening host families and interviewing future interns. It's exciting and I already know that I won't want to leave.
So far so good!
... the way the country is managed, the way they treat tourists -- all have to be learned anew and taken on their own terms.
The Nicas live in a larger, poorer country -- 6 million in total, very dependent on coffee and beef exports. They have suffered a series of dictatorships, invasions, revolutions, earthquakes and hurricanes that have kept them hopping. Much of the trouble may be due to their ...
... place is getting to know everyone at the resort, they remember you & you remember them. Getting to know them makes the trips special ~ seeing photos of their families & hearing what they do on their day off....key word "day". They work 6 days a week! To own a car is very expensive, so the resort has the employees bused in everyday.
Our villa wasn't ready, so we headed to the restaurant for lunch. Everyone greeted us with a "welcome back" & a ...