Hotel Tropico Latino
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... place with an unspoilt community away from western pressures and unequivocally living equally with nature. During our stay here we arranged a 2day trip to Corcovado National Park 'the most biologically intense place on earth' according to the National Geographic. To visit the park you must have a guide, a law that is in place to protect the nature and we wouldn't have it any other way. Our guide could spot creatures by first hearing them or smelling them, we wouldn't ...
... embarked on my second liver cleanse. Such
cleansing involves eating a pineapple a day (along with other food) for 3 days
and is then followed by a 24 hour fast where the release takes place. Lots of
Epsom salts, ¾ cup of olive oil and a cup of pure lime juice. Let the fun
I am now smack in the middle of my second colon
cleanse and have had some very surprising experiences. We wont get into that. Next
week I ...
... write out loud before I send from now on...
The original reason I was going to post a second blog tonight was to add in some photos!!!! Because I saw the most awesome thing one morning, and I wanted to share. And I'll stick in a few other photos as well... including proof that my beautiful mother is alive and well! So well in fact, that people ...
... collapsed into despair and watched terrible movies in bed, under the fan... avoiding the thesis, avoiding the cleaning of the house... just avoiding.
Things are a bit better today. Had a very active and productive morning. But it's time to turn the brain back on into full-scale thesis mode!
Speaking of thesis... I did manage to hammer out a first-draft (almost on time), and submitted 150 pages of something to my supervisor about ...
... who barely spoke any English. We worked on our Spanish as we conversed with him about his travels to Panama and Nicaragua.
I enjoy going on runs because I get to see a lot at such high elevation. There are so many great views! Today we ran into an armadillo!
Tomorrow we will go to La Casona to do an observational study and meet with the county health director.