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... when we eat in a restaurant on our own 13% tax and 10% gratuity will be included.
We got to the gate of the coffee place and there was a big lock on it and the guide was told the IRS had shown up and closed them down that morning....but our guide was pretty cool and took us in a back way and showed us the fields and explained the coffee process with the Arabica organic beans. He had to find a new place for lunch too and we ...
... evening. It's a great way to get to know people because normally during the day everyone is busy so you don't get to chat so much. Today I spent the morning with Claudio looking at the harvest. We tried a few pineapples to see whether they were ready for harvest but the colour wasn't quite right and they were still too acidic. We also watched the harvesting which was a really easy system because there is a machine with a ...
... all up just at the right moment. Jumped in a cab at the airport for a twenty minute drive to the Adventure inn hotel, snack and beer in the hotel, wandered out for supplies, Deb had a dip in the pool and then burger for me and Prawn Jambalaya for Deb. Seven thirty flight in the morning so cab booked for five fifteen. Up a four thirty, packed, out the door, in a cab and arrived at ...
... headed towards Punta Uva. We stopped and walked along the beach, constantly getting caught by the huge waves racing up the each. It was a beautiful beach, backed onto by palm trees but in the cloud and big waves it looked quite wild, not the picturesque beach you see on the postcards. We cycled all the way to Manzanillo (around 13km) on the nice flat smooth road, with jungle either side (although there were huge spiders on webs between all the power cables above our ...
... latest on who likes who and similar 5th grade gossip.
We had been staying busy at school finishing up with grades and some big projects. One of their favorites in our continuing letters to our pen pals in Milwaukee. They are 5th grade students from the school that I used to student teach at. It is fun seeing their reactions every time they get a new letter and also to see how they corresponde with each other.
As we are preparing to enter into ...
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