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... to a meeting. She said she didn't know, but that she had 3 students away today and only had 37, so she could take half of them, which was about 15... the teacher on the other side took the other half. 8-I (That is a sideways face with wide eyes, parents). Marie and Sara covered the classes of the teachers I was meeting with, and we went into the office because there was a fan (it was about 37 degrees, not including the humidity by 9:00 this morning). The ...
... The habitat promotes breeding of the iguanas and protection until they are deemed old enough to be released into the wild. Several of the males that have been released come back during mating season to mate with the females that are in heat. Umberto also explained how powerful the iguanas tails are and how to avoid getting whipped with them, which can lacerate and draw blood on the skin. He also talked about the power of their claws and their bites, which all ...
... which was the direction we were heading. Mark arrived back with a delicious burrito that Indi and I enjoyed and we continued to sit and wait. Lo and Behold a 'Benque' bus came around the corner. It was 40 minutes after it was due but from the way the bus driver was driving it was suggestive that his bus was running late rather than early. He would take off with people still hanging off the bus or back doors still open. One time people had to holler out from the back of the bus for him ...
... pools were flooded. Our guide said this doesn't happen very often. When we shined our lights on the pools the light reflected on the walls and was beautiful. At this point I wish I could have had a camera! Shortly after the big cavern we get to the main chamber. At this point we have to take off our shoes and wear socks, this is done to protect the fragile sandstone in the cave. This part of the tour was very informative, our guide was extremely ...
... shouldn´t be on the streets after dark. With nothing to see and stormy weather, I wasn´t too upset about this. I meet some other travellers and we spent the evening talking and playing cards in the hotel. Watching the national news featuring the tourists who had been kidnapped near the Guatemalan border that morning may have been a mistake though.
Anyway, the evening must have gone on longer than I realised and I was so tired I went straight to sleep ...
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