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... I was struck with the road construction. In many places it literally sliced right through the mountain side. The very steep sides that were created as a result were not reinforced at all. Because of that, Eddie informed us that mudslides happen frequently when there are periods of prolonged rain showers.
About 300 meters from the coffee plantation we passed "Juan Dolar" on the side of the road. He was ...
... and quick shower and change for an early dinner at 6pm as we were booked onto the night time hike at 6:30. Our guide Alejandro met us with a German volunteer called Jessica. We first took a look at the frog pond. Waiting for us there was a ******* lizard and our first jungle frog -the red-eyed tree frog. We walked over a long and very bouncy suspension bridge into the jungle. All of us had torches as it was pitch black. After walking for about 45 minutes, Alejandro stopped ...
... whom we are staying with him and his family) interviewed a Deaf and blind brother who was born deaf but when he was 3 years old, his aunt abused and blinded him. The interview was about the love that the congregation and his fellow witnesses show him in comparison and the work that goes in to tactile intervening for him and helping him get to meeting and field service.
By the time Sunday rolled around, I was confidently understanding ...
... Our favourite thing to buy are the donuts, filled with dulce de leche and topped with chocolate. The 2 guys who run the bakery actually recognise us when we go in every afternoon at about 4pm now, but today they had no donuts! Very unhappy. On another note, today I discovered why Costa Rican men shave their armpits and legs. According to my Costa Rican family, it's because it gets very hot here, and ...
... months in this gorgeous country, I hope to expand my knowledge and love of birds and the tropics, become a better field naturalist, go to sleep every night to the hum of cicadas, identify birds by their song as I walk through the forest, and help Debbie collect a huge nest-full of data for her project. I hope I can share some of this experience with you with some great photos and stories to bring home!
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