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... different plants. Also, at the beach I saw a helpless pelecan with green wrap around its beak. I yelled "LET ME SAVE YOU! YOU HELPLESS BIRD!"
After an hour and a half long bus ride we arrived at a small street fair. There was a world cup themed float as well as tow others that played live music. We saw many musicians and a trumpet player who had a small monkey with him. After that , we went on a walk through ...
... of us and knew where we were from. Again there is a generator therefore tv and mobile cover. We're drinking out of a fresh cut coconut and some with rum added which is locally known as coc loco. It tasted good. Back on the boat we had dinner of steak and veges and again a delicious meal. I could get used to this life. We all take turns helping to wash and dry dishes after Petra cooks so it all is done cooperatively and easily . Another hot night in the cabin but it is calm and ...
... market in the town. This was one of my favorite parts. I love going to markets, even If I dont buy anything. Its just fun to walk around, meet people , see all the beautiful things they have made. People are incredible you know.
After this, we wended the day with lunch. We were originally going to go to the zoo, but one of the girls got sick, so we decided to go home. Lunch was SO GOOD. I cannot explain to you how ...
... 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 ...
... the ride I had figured out that it was a holiday and as I tried the locked mall doors my brain clicked and I knew which one, Good Friday. I filled my dad in after we left the terminal and were already sitting on the bus. I was thoroughly entertained by the mostly empty Panamanian streets and the lack of honking but my dad was preoccupied on sitting in the seats that faced the back of the bus. I wasn't worried because I knew our stop. So I enjoyed the ride and the empty ...