Hotel Puerta del Sol
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... going on by cell phone so only Hamilton knows what really happened.
For any of you planning a similar trip, make sure you get a "Temporary Import Permit" for your bike on entry to each country. Don't rush on until you have it!!!!
At 2:30 pm the heavens opened up in an everlasting torrential downpour. This signalled time for us to ride back to David city (under escort) and the airport customs compound where our bikes were impounded. Some 50 ...
... a gorgeous sunny day. Soooo hot though. We spent the morning on North beach (mainly in the water) before heading to South beach (after a very long and lazy lunch) for some kayaking. Late afternoon we headed back to the lodge for beers in the hammocks. Another yummy supper accompanied by great conversations followed. The next two days were pretty cloudy but warm. On both days we were exceptionally lazy: lie ins, late breakfasts, long lunches, chilling in hammocks, a couple of ...
... was only a 10 minute according to the map.
Hotel Residencial Cervantes is probably a business class hotel in David even though it was very basic in international standards. It did have AC, cable TV, free WiFi and free coffee in lobby for a price that was cheaper than hostels, so we checked in for 2 nights .
Despite being bang in the centre of town, we struggled to find a restaurant for dinner, it seemed most places were only open for lunch and ...
... that he is still active on site. It must be his passion for coffee, which is keeping him young!
Our tour took 3 hours and we learned a lot.
The golden grains of the coffee fruits are protected by 3 different shells. All of them have to be taken off before the roasting process can start.
Imperfect coffee beans are carefully sorted out. A great deal of the sorting process is done by hand. ...
... turtles) had a body 1.56 m long and 1.13 m across, and probably weighed over 800 pounds. We were invited to take a look, two at a time, only where the turtle couldn’t see us, from the back, where the action was—first we saw it scooping out the nest with its rear flippers, to a depth of about 90 cm. The next look was to see the turtle actually laying the eggs, which a volunteer caught with his left hand while counting them with a handheld clicker in his right. The ...