La Viuda Del Diablo
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We had a nice dinner I made some very buttery garlic bread and Martin made a pasta. We were all pretty tired, they walked me back to my hostel and we said bye. The next day I had arranged to go bike riding with Jay and Holly the Aussie girls. We went to Santa Teresa Park, it's like a national park area. It was a beautiful day with not a cloud in the sky. I hadn't ridden any bikes yet on this trip and it was really fun. There were some very hilly parts but the downhill ...
... and were settling down in the first office and watched big bang theory. Only 2.5 more hours till our bus comes. Hungry, tired and cold we`ve been sitting on thr floor.
I think the officers were cold them selves and thankfully lit a fire.
With 1.5 hours delay, our bus arrived. it was 1.30 am and we`ve only been waiting at the boarder for about 5 hours.
Happily I sat in my seat and instantly fell asleep (well, as good as you can sleep in a moving bus)
... br> stop and while I was standing there, thinking if I just should pass them
or rather detour, the cows decided for me. A few of them got up and
walked into my direction.
I couldn't believe how fast I can bike up
hill, especially after already 40 km biking today. When I was sure the
cows didn't follow me I slowed down a little and then it went down hill.
At the end of the hill I realized that the road is closed and
there was ...
... 4. Collect data of the artisanal fishery carried out in this locality. 5. Rehabilitation of sick and weak sea turtles. 6. Help in the field station duties such us cleaning and cooking. My Spanish has been truly tested here as not many people speak English! I am managing to get by but really want to learn more! They speak sooooo fast which makes it so hard to ...
... yoga, had a group of twenty over for her going-away party. There Jason and I were able to meet what seemed like half of the town. We spoke with many other couples from Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, and Italy. At that party we ate local cheese, sipped wine, and enjoyed homemade bread, soup, and cake.
One of my top highlights of our time here was on horseback. After talking with the owners of a mini market that's up the street ...