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... that we wanted to adopted. Some resemblance was there, but after taking a look at the woman who actually adopted these two monkeys, we thought twice about our future. Ginenne has been doing some yoga at the local studio and lucked out when a yoga mat became available from her instructor. Better than the generally grimy ones for rent, she can now do yoga on the fly wherever we go. It's a nice beach here for morning runs and watching the nightly lightning shows over the ...
... tight and Kyle reeled in a barracuda. All of a sudden the pelicans started going crazy so we went over in that direction; our captain told us the pelicans found jack fish (different than our jack fish, like ten times the size; Danielle felt like an idiot after making this comparison). We then saw some spotted dolphins swimming and jumping out of the water; Sheri was very excited. In the chaos to get over to the fish, the captain got really excited and started to reel in ...
... br> Thankfully the two local ladies working as chefs were
amazingly talented, we were in a very remote area with no other food
One of the evenings I was lying in a hammock reading, when I
looked up there was a machine gun in my face......just the security
gaurd turning the lights on!!!!!
Eventually we had to pull ourselves together and move on, it was tough!
Probably the greatest start to a new country to date.
... getting the same bus!... I have never seen people being pushed into a bus the way I saw it in this occasion. People were all over and on top of each other... and I had to get used to feel all this movement right on my shoulders as I was sitting on the aisle seat. But, all in all, as it is usually the case, it was a learning experience and a closer way to understand how people survive in a not so rich country like Nicaragua. If people need to go somewhere at a ...
... returning to my hostel I met some of the others staying in my room. There were three Norwegian girls; Tonje, Ellinor, and Amanda as well as a few other girls from Canada. We later decided to go out to and have a few drinks at Pacha Mama's bar and the Iguana Beach Bar!
Tuesday morning I woke up just in time to get the free breakfast offered by our hostel. The mission of the morning was figuring out how big of a hassle it was going to be for me to find a ...