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... black and yellow pancake flat angel fish. Back on board we were served some fresh pineapple and watermelon and cruised back to the beach around noon grateful for some luck :) This afternoon we had a birthday bbq lunch with Yami, Arnaud and the gang at La Tropicale for a French Canadian family whose son was turning 10. Even all the pets joined! With balloons floating, bats hanging in the trees above, and a cat sitting next to ...
... pools ranging from hot tub temperatures to just plain cold (which was a hit for all the kids). I made a little friend in the pool who was about 3 years old...sweetest little girl who kept saying Hola over and over again. Cold Imperial biera in hand, we were trucked back up to the lodge in John Deere tractors and then returned home via shuttle. There was a bad accident along the highway by the Liberian airport which we were haulted at, but we still ...
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... a miracle in itself because that was one very deep hole. FINALLY, tired and satisfied that her nest was perfect, she began to lay her eggs. About 100. Approximately only 3 babies will survive due to various predators on the beach and in the ocean. Before they reach the water from their nest they are prey to vultures and raccoons. Then in the ocean apparently octopus and squid, etc. love baby turtles for lunch. I have one photo of the first few eggs. ...
... what has to be some of the best views of the Pacific. We had been playing cricket with a branch and stones but in a little shop in Brasilito, Mariano found a little green spongy ball perfect for beach cricket. We played for a bit but too many hours in the sun was taking its toll and even with latherings of sun screen we were burning badly.
In the late afternoon, we headed off to Junquillal a remote little town at ...