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... what would I do if this were the amazing race?
Not recognizing anything around us, I fear we aren't even half way back. We've been walking the bikes up the hill, and I would sit and coast down the hill. I had put the seat all the way down so I could use my feet to push it along like a scooter. Not as easy to control one handed.
The heat on the beach was like being in an slow cooker...but there was a
breeze. The heat of the road was like being in ...
Tanya picked me up early this morning for our moto
adventure, she handed me a helmet and a reflective vest and I hoped on the back
of her motorcycle. We cruised down paved roads for about 45 minutes before
turning onto a dirt road. The dirt road become increasingly rough as we climbed
toward the Volcano; it was a long teeth-chattering bone rattling ride. When we
finally got to the National Park ...
... zipline, and it was just nonstop from there… no hanging about, almost a pun, after ziplining one line, we landed on the platform, lifted up to get unhooked, and then straight off the same platform onto the next one. Such a buzz!
There were 9 ziplines and they were all so fast and so much fun gliding through the rainforest, you barely had time to take it all in and appreciate the surroundings, as we were having so much ...
It's good as a teacher to be reminded occasionally of what it feels like to struggle. I can't truly imagine what it feels like for kids who truly struggle in school - where it doesn't matter how hard they try - the numbers or letters just never fall into line - nothing adds up. Fortunately, I have surfing to clarify this sense of futile struggle for me. Yesterday, our second surfing lesson, the instructor (who was excellent) had essentially sent the rest of the family off to ...
... out of the water and apparently lots of fish die including my puffers according to Guayo. Noooo not my puffer fish :( Day 70: I'm snorkel guiding again today and for once I'm not too happy about it. It's not that I don't want to snorkel it's more that there is a red tide which a) equals bad visibility, great for snorkelling b) smells and c) probably isn't that good for you to ingest which always happens when snorkelling. Thank god we got to Tortuga and it wasn't ...