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... he was able to do. We went in to visit him in a couple different groups. We all prayed with him and were able to sing with him as well. Robin also told him that with our donation and other money that they've raised, she's been able to get enough money to transport him to therapy twice a week for four months. We also were able to give him gifts such as shoes to represent that he will walk again. He was in tears as we were singing, and it was a great first experience.
... entire body and even a small eel.
After we were finished clambering over rocks and examining the pools, we went for a swim. The water was warm and the really shallow water washing over the sand was actually hot. We were keeping a close eye on the tide because we were told we only had 2.5 hours each side of the low tide and the beach being so flat meant the water would rise and cover the spit quicker than you ...
... and head to the many free beaches in the area. It is supposed to be a relaxing day. I'll probably go for a walk on the beach as well and take lots of pictures.
It is currently 7:42 pm at night. I just realized that we are at the half way mark for our trip. Wow!!! Time really does go fast when you are having a lot of fun!!!!
So long for now....... :)
... of noises to hear - the chirping bird noises I like the best.
Bye for now... wherever you may be!!!
Today we headed into Uvita - first to check out the Information centre. We asked directions on how to get to the Bodhi Surf School. I had read many good things about this company and thought I would use them to book many of my adventures.
We only had to wait a short time before a person was able to help us with the booking. I showed him a list of the things I ...
... snorkeling and diving offshore. At low tide make sure to visit Punta Uvita to the south of town, just be sure to consult with a tide chart so that you can make it back safely.
During the months of May to October, it may be possible to witness olive Ridley and Hawksbill sea turtles coming ashore to nest. A great place ...