Los Cardones Surf Lodge
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... 6 copies of those customs-i migrations type papers! First, we left El Salvador and then dove across the Honduras border. Here there were armed agents and drug sniffing dogs. The bus personal took care of most things and I just had to show my passport. No one asked about an onward ticket! it too about 4 hours to get through Honduras. The Nicaraguan border was much different. We had to get out of the bus (it is now 10 pm) and walk across the border ...
... site of an active volcano, which we didn't really see because of the clouds and rain...though apparently this is common. Despite the rain, we enjoyed our time. We visited a wildlife rehabilitation centre called Proyecto Asis. There we saw a variety of animals (wild pigs, iguana, monkeys, macaws, parrots, monkeys, a small boa, and some type of wild cat). Some of the animals have been there for only a few days while others have been there for years. The ultimate, of course, ...
... areas for Costa Rica. The place we were staying was like a gigantic tree house...it was camping type of conditions surrounded by jungle. The sounds we heard were explosive and constant! Different birds, frogs, what sounded like loud crickets and a never ending rooster!
In the course of the week we have spent time learning about the culture of the people, understanding solar energy, practicing connecting and installing the solar panels, troubling shooting for ...
... Sadly, this trip with her never happened as money bacame an issue along with her continuous fight with cancer, that just recently took her life.
So, I have made it my mission or a new addition to my bucket list, to not only travel to all the places I lust for, but also to travel to all the places my mom wanted to travel to. I will be bringing the miniature ...
... I wouldn't come home and tell my stories of Nicaragua only to hear, "That's all you did?" If not from others, from myself.
It's a lie that good work is "pretty" work. The reality is community-based work is messy. It takes time to build relationships. It takes time to understand the logic behind people's priorities. Making the community the leader and striving for sustainable change is unconventional. It doesn't fit into a pretty little box titled ...