Sueno Azul Resort
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... insects and animals using the torch each night after we went looking for creatures and we found 2 huge poisonous toads in the bushes outside our room. Early the next morning we were woken by the sunshine as we hadn't closed the blinds, we had let the breeze come through the mesh. also the noise of the abundant birds outside was very loud and we saw hummingbirds, toucans, maccaws, king vultures and lots more. We ate breakfast then went horse riding. My horse was a bit ...
The Mercado de Artesamias was a short walk from the square above the museum on the Avenue
The only market I have ever seen with art products piled higher or tighter was the "Public Market" in Phenom Phen in Cambodia, but the Mercado was cleaner since it was 100% art and tourist products. The prices were reasonable and you could talk them down about ...
... 7 days!!! I am very disappointed because I am not going to have time to do some of the things I wanted to do, because of financial reasons! I need to make it back to USA by the 29th but I have learned a **** load, meet some pretty bad ass people! I am missing home! Missing my dog!! Missing some other things! Oh!! Lol I have ran into so many people that look American or English, and when I talk to them in English, they end up being Spanish and ...
... built (see included picture). The spiders just did not want to leave the plastic bags that we were holding them in, so we would blow air into the bag to make them move, and then they really ran fast. I worked in a group of 4 and for the first day it took all of us to contain these crazy spiders. Several times the spider (most were bigger than the palm of my hand remember) escaped into the area we were working. Once we were working in the lab with about 10 of our classmates and ...
... campus and our classroom (there is a picture of the bridge). The bridge serves as a bridge to the animals as well. I have seen monkeys and 4 feet iguanas crossing, my friends have seen kinkajous (a really adorable mammal), porcupines and anteaters cross as well!
For our classes we are supposed to complete 10 insect identifications, and this has been so much fun here! I have found a huge assortment of praying mantis, dung beetles, weevils and gigantic moths! The frogs ...