La Viuda Del Diablo
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... it didn't bother me too much, until the people came to bed in the dorm and turned all the lights on a faffed about with their things before they went to bed. Finally just getting back to sleep the monsterous snoring began!!! There were 3 other Spanish girls in my room who were also woken up, ironically none of the guys woke up. So didn't get much sleep that night. Guada one of the owners of the hostel is so cute and she had said I was going to move to ...
... 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)
... 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 ...
... I was sad walking along the ocean, parting from the magnificent places, people and experiences I had encountered during my trip. In my mind I was trying to sum it all up, trying to think how could I thank all the people that not only have made my trip as unique and special as it was, but also making me feel at home throught the 10 countries I traveled through. Once reaching a whale lookout I stopped, thanked everyone from the bottom of my heart ...