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Last night was a little bit too much fun. I won't be having any red wine tonight. We went to a local bar for one of Bambi's friend's birthday party. I almost signed up to join the barefoot hula hoopers (basically a bunch of hippies who bounce around the town hula hooping).. They do mushrooms though, and I said I would be the weird one who would be happy and crazy without the drugs but everyone at the bar told me it wouldn't work. ...
... lullabies. Others sound more like a frog. Every bird has something special.
The one project that makes me feel like I really help the community is 'Blue flag Activity: Santa Anna School'. Blue flag means that something is 'good' for nature. At the school we're making a recycling system in an old shed. The children at the Santa Anna school will learn how to recycle and why it is important to recycle. But that's not all. All the neighboring villages can recycle ...
... the turtles and once laid the eggs are then in grave danger vultures, stray dogs, poachers and other careless turtles. Considering only a small proportion of the baby turtles will make it out into the ocean, when they hatch around 45 days later, it's obvious why these beautiful animals are endangered. No sooner had the sun set, the wind picked up and it started to bucket with rain. All the onlookers (carefully) rushed back ...
... br> scrambled when the old uncooperative mouse had still been in use and had been
using the oversensitive touch pad on the laptop. Operator error: fix the
adjustable sensitivity etc on the touch pad and all is well!
There’s always something on the car or in the equipment we
need that needs fixing from time to time. As an example our MSR camping stove (which
in theory will run on most liquid fuels) needs regular maintenance unblocking
... to the shade! Me and the hot, hot sun don't mix too well. But it doesn't get much better that sitting under a palms tree, feeling the cool breeze listening to the ocean! I was very content sitting there all day. It was also a very quiet weekend in Samara due to the earthquake. One of the other teachers said he had never seen it so quiet. There was never more than 20 people on the whole beach. It was like we had the place to ourselves. It was a much better beach than the one I went to ...