Cabanas de Playa Gorgona
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... so spent thie night on deck but it was cool and breezy whereas below was horribly hot and sticky. Monday June 23rd. Yes again I saw the sunrise and it was pleasant. I returned to the cabin about 9am after taking another pill an hour earlier only to be gripping the basin briefly later. This time though I managed to keep down in the cabin and sweated but dozed a few hours when at 11am petra called us all for breakfast of which 6 of us attended for granola and fruit but no coffee ...
... We aren't allowed to flush toilet paper because its harsh on the toilets, so we have to throw it in the trash. Its gross. But its all about being immersed in the culture, so hey! Im all for it. We get on own horses and I can tell they've done this before. My horse from the get go does not want to go. He starts to turn around but one of the owners hits is really hard to get going. I felt really bad for it. I named my horse angelita which means little angel. I ...
... sweaty and disoriented. When the fan is running it masks some noise and that happens to be just enough for me to sleep. The tropics are not surprisingly filled with sounds at all times of the day and that includes weird creepy noises. One of those creepy noise happened during one of the times I woke up. It sounded like a crash coming from the kitchen and, like all the dumb people in every horror movie you have ever watched and wondered what the Hell they were thinking, I ...
... them to buy necessities and pay for the older children to be educated in the town. The government provides free education in the village school until Grade 9 and then in the town. But the children have to sleep in the town during the week and their accommodation costs $30. All went well until the area was designated a National Park. The local Embera had land taken off them so they were no longer able to grow cash crops or hunt. They were reduced to subsistence farming again to ...
We had the week of Carnaval off. It was a week where I spent a lot of it on. I was at school 3 days this week. Working. With recent events at work I was in a bit of a funk until Thursday afternoon. Luckily in my brilliant and more positive moments last week I made plans to go to Coronado for the end of the week. I booked with the Villa Lilimar hostel again and I was excited. I really debated when to go out of town during our week off but my principal kind of made me nervous ...