The Palms Hotel
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... and that's about it. Depsite the translation difficulties he was very friendly and, on departing offered us a few fruits from his tree. Very kind.
A few minutes further on we found the path we took back to the cabin last night. I didn't recognise it in the day. We arrived back thoroughly exhausted by midday. All in a morning's work. After a decent shower I washed my clothes and chilled in a hammock. Plans for drying went out the window however, when first ...
... This property is right up against the manglar and we could hear the woodpeckers sounding off but we could not see any of them. We did get to see a young barred hawk that was calling out and carrying on. It sounded like there were two of them in different places on the property but we were able to see only one of them. It was quite amusing to listen and watch as he would flap his wings and appear to be trying to fly ...
... As we were heading away from Crocodile Bridge walkway, we could see frigates roosting in the trees along the shore. That was in interesting sight to see. Continued on toward the inlet leading into the manglar and were rewarded with some nice birds along the shore. One of the birds was as tri-colored heron which we had not seen here before.
When we got to Playa Preciosa things had changed! Someone has ...
... times. The other was the Pargo trail, a flatter but still muddy root-covered ground. This one required one fording of a small creek. I opted for the easier one because of wanting to be with my Sweetie. Easier is relative. There was the two planks over a stream. Jose instructed us that only 2 should be on it at the same time. Then there was the shoe-sucking mud which took my shoe and held on to it. I amazed myself. I did not ...
... Isidro area. Secondly, I am focusing in on finishing
and publishing the first edition of Revista Sendero Jaguar (newspaper) to be
dispersed throughout the valley. This paper will help connect and inform the
dozen or so villages throughout the area. Thirdly, I am working to find
longevity in the newspaper by seeking out a permanent publisher, writers and
translators, and long-term funding sources. Fourthly, I have taken on the role