Hotel Plaza Yara
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... at end while getting some monkey pics.
-touristy lunch then home to relax n finally pool. Last stop was home for pasta n cards n chill evening.
... pretty much figure out what was going on. The only thing was we didn't have their fancy telescope thing to see the animals. Oh well, on we trekked until we were near the public restrooms. Here we found our first group of monkeys, white faced capuchins. They were crawling all over, about 6 of them and everyone was excitedly taking photos and unfortunately, trying to feed them. I was able to shoot a bunch of photos and a couple videos, as they were so close. Super cool! Chris and Neil ...
... rhyme with them in English. After a quick deliberation, Twinkle, twinkle little star it is. It's nice and short and easy to write for the kids (and doesn't involve me drawing pictures). So Cathy, Hannah and I warm up the vocal chords and off we go. It's so fun and almost all the kids join in with our sing along. Class finishes at 10am and we head off to Damas (as unfortunately just going home will be frowned upon). Due to the bus schedule we just miss ...
... there for lunch twice. The woman who made them was from Israel and they made everything from scratch
... looks we received were that we were out of place. Two Americans walking in the dark through a neighborhood with nothing but a tiny flashlight, my attention was on high alert. After dodging traffic and bikes we made it into town and people were out in force.
There is something I find fascinating about Latin American culture is that they all go out and hang out in the parks and today was no different. There was a huge bike with a 10' front wheel and regular sized back ...