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... pasture to the other, a Rufus
Mot Mot protested as we rode by. I attempted to get a picture of the beautiful
bird with his elaborate tail but he flew off before I could capture him. We
started descending a hill again and I could hear the big river, Maya started
to toss her head and broke into a trot. Once we reached the river both horses waded
in almost up to their bellies, I again had to bend my legs to avoid getting
... 8230;I am determined to
bring this idea to fruition.
had just flown by and it was now dark, Ernesto came by the cabin to invite me
up to the house for dinner. I went up and discussed ideas for a study aboard
course from CSU with Siempre Verde, the CSA (community supported agriculture)
model, my research, the workshops, and so much more with Ernesto and Leslie,
his wife. I wish I had met them sooner
in my trip, ...
... and spread
out to cool before being cut into chunks. They shared a coconut version of the
same treat that they had made the day before and sent me home with a bag of
both flavors. My tummy ached with the sweet decadence.
headed back to the office. I enjoyed seeing the countryside as always. As we
approached town I saw something furry in the road, I flinched, thinking it was
a dog that had been hit by ...
We flew Air Canada's new Rouge flight to Liberia from Toronto. Flight attendants were a little too earnest and the flight was definitely no frills but we arrived on time and were happy to greeted by a warm tropical breeze and mostly sunny sky. Temperature was about 32 C on arrival. We were met by driver from ...
... it wouldn't rain and began leg three of our journey. The bus started off full of Chatty Cathies, but as the sun went down and the road winded on, conversation slowly dropped off until it was a bus full of tired Silent Suzies. I spent those precious hours in a botany lesson with Ronaldo and it turns out that the national tree of Costa Rica is the Guanacaste. Also the name of the region that we are staying in. It has ...