Torres de la Parguera Hotel
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... for throwing the life line when we got close to the floating jacket aka "Dad". I would yell man over board three times while keeping my eyes on the floating life jacket. Maya would turn the boat around and drive to the lee side of the life jacket. We did this a number of times and each time we got better and better. We hope we never have to actually do this but it’s good to have practiced it a few ...
... call Boardriders which is 30 seconds away from the fresh breeze of the ocean. The food was good, but the best part was to be with great people and to have fun!
I had an interesting talk about travelling with one of our new friends. It made me think about what makes you connect with someone? I think that to answer that intricate question, we need to talk about VULNERABILITY.
My thoughts on vulnerability can be explain like ...
... from my favorite artist that I really like could explain what I mean, it goes like this, "I want to breathe in all the ashes of the books they tried to burn. I want to feel the pages in my skin and understand the words." <b>Opinions</b> Since we don't have a lot of work to do at the Rainforest Inn for now, we had to go work with Roy, an American that have been living on the Island for 2 years now. It's always interesting to understand the point of ...
... much as
possible in the culture of the areas we visit, and it's always fun to
see her enthusiasm.
A highlight of the trip was a
night-time kayak tour of Bioluminescent Bay. This bay is actually
named Mosquito Bay and is considered the brightest bio bay in the
world by the Guiness Book of World Records. The bay contains billions
of Dinoflagellates, tiny one-celled organisms that glow brightly when
moved. Their nightime glow is a ...
... we were searching for a secluded beach – awesome!
We shared the beach with one other party. Walked on the beach, played in the waves, read books, ate a picnic lunch. Around 3pm pr so we headed back to explore Zoni Beach at the far end of the island. Nice! Stayed for short while, but eventually had to leave to beat the rain.