Villa Las Tecas
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- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... flapping HUGE stacks of money in your face saying "cambio cambio" (change change) offering to exchange your money for you. Remembering my experience in El Salvador, I will never change money like that again... Luckily Bambi had enough to buy a bus ticket for all of us. Once again, I fell asleep on the bus. I thought I dreamed that the police came on and asked us all for our passports and then took some guy's tortillas and rice, but when I woke up ...
... at this school. The whole community will be able to help sustain the nature. It probably won't go all that smooth right from the start but maybe in a couple of years there will be a lot of people that recycle in this area.
The last project I will talk about is the 'Butterfly project'. This project doesn't make me feel particularly useful but it's lots of fun to do. Just like with the birds the park wants to index all the butterflies that visit Barra Honda. Only ...
... but the only other option is try to find a flight home early next week. Not many flights are available and it will cost us $300 each to change our flights plus a hotel stay in Liberia and/or possibly Texas. I know one thing, when Narpa does pass away, Joe and I have decided not to get any cats for a long time. It will be difficult not having a cat around but we will finally have the freedom (and money) to go when ever or where ever we want to ...
... to German parents in 1936, had been a child in Germany during World War II, and witnessed horrific acts of violence. She had also lost her second born son Geoffrey, who died from Leukemia a week before his 5th birthday. This had been the reason for the family's move from Germany to California. To seek better medical treatment. Unfortunately there was nothing more the doctors could do to help Geoffrey. ...
... talking to him and loading our stuff back into the
car afterwards we could hear the continuous buzz of crop spraying aircraft
spraying the millions of hectares of bananas, by far and away the biggest
agricultural business in the region.
Then it was the short hop to the border with Costa Rica at
Sixaola where the river of the same name marks the actual border between the
two countries. Formalities were quick and easy – just one and a half hours ...