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... way to the top instead of venture off this trail and go where the cows venture. I learned my lesson the first time.. didn't want to repeat the previous experience again.
I came across a cow holding pen during my walk. I also noticed water bins along the way. I noticed the newer bins are made of blue plastic. The older ones (not in use anymore - at least not here) were made of concrete. Now, they are just full of weeds.
As I was coming up to the main road, I could see ...
... Rica and for my loss of debit card. He showed me a much safer way to walk to the beach and I took advantage of this as I did a short run, finally! Too bad it was at 10:00am and the humidity already set in.
On my way back to the residence…wait before I tell you this let me preface this for you. My second day studying in France, someone stopped me and asked me which bus to take. After a few months, a couple stopped me and asked me ...
... My initial reaction was to panic. Then my second reaction was to turn the panic button off. I have plenty of cash to last me, and the school accepts checks so I can pay for activities through my school. While this situation is not ideal, I was able to pull it together and realize that: a.) my card was safe, locked in the bank b.) I had enough money for the time being c.) and finally, that I am probably not the first person this has happened to. Pura ...
... turtles at night, you say yes!" We got to the first turtle, but Mama Turtle #1 did not like the grounds and we watched her return to the Pacific. We then went on to the next turtle that a guide found. Mama Turtle #2 dug the grounds. Literally, they dig a hole for themselves and then a deep hole for the eggs. We saw Mama Turtle #2 laying eggs in her natal habitat and it was nothing short of National Geographic amazing. The first time they lay eggs, they lay up to 100!
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