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... too far I jumped off and started walking back toward downtown. I passed a clinic that looked fine and since I was lost anyway I went in and immediately saw a doctor. I explained, via bad Spanish and charades-like motions, that I'd been swimming a lot and could no longer hear. I said no oreja, which actually means no ear. Being a trained physician, she noted that I did in fact have ears and surmised I meant no hearing. She checked me out, confirmed the problem, and said ...
... lunch we walked through the town to a local restaurant. We were served either shrimp or fish soup and then had beans, rice, fish, salad, and plantains. Also many people bought a nearby venders coconut water which was amazing. After lunch we headed back to our beach spot and continued on with our activities. Some went swimming and others went back into to town and got henna. We watched ...
... before the locals today. We had a tour guide who only spoke Spanish (Big Surprise!) so two students helped translate, more or less successfully. It was a good opportunity for everyone to practice their Spanish. After the tour we walked to a store called Tia and had 10 minutes to shop. Most of us got snack food and drinks. Luckily, their were also such luxury items such as more shampoo and hair brushes. We returned back to the house (taking the short ...
... to why forest matter! We learned that 98% of dry forests have been deforested due to the fact that the forest provides many resources for humans.
The third day at La Punta Gorda we succesfully planted 200 trees of about ten diiferent species. After another long days work we resided in the warm ocean, where we threw a Wawoba and body surfed. It would be common to hear "┐VP, donde esta la pelota?" After dinner we were taught what it takes to start a fire with ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">After a morning faffing with buses to neighbouring Bahia in order to buy a return ticket home for Quito the following day we had an American breakfast at the next hostel over before checking in and heading for the beach. Number one priority for the day - fresh coconut on the beach. Actually living the dream (see obnoxious photo) and awaited for the Helado man to come a-calling.