Mundo Milo Eco Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... Gabriel, our guide, pointed out a sloth within minutes of our arrival. Sallie was beaming with joy and exuding giddiness. We also saw a toucan, iguanas, blue jean tree frogs, red eyed tree frogs, Jesus Christ lizard, a baby sloth and two fingered sloth. But my favourite was the butterflies. One was called the owl eye butterfly and I think the other is called the Blue Monarch. I put banana on my finger and was ...
It was an easy Friday. Class wasn't too hard and we played several games to review what we've learned so far... Lots of vocabulary, new verbs in both the present and past conjugation and later today the future tense as well. I think about half of what I learned in high school Spanish class has come back and I'm getting more comfortable conducting everyday business in Spanish. It's become default when I walk into a shop or other business ...
Today was my first day of class at CPI-Flamingo.... Immersion is truly the best way to learn a language. True, I took Spanish all throughout high school and learned a lot with my last teacher (she started with the basics and went all the way through immersion style) but its been, let's see... 13 years since and I haven't really used the language at all. It's kinda like riding a bike though, you never really forget how to do it and it comes back pretty quickly. Earlier this ...
... giorni in Nicaragua.
Abbiamo trovato un ostello che non costava molto, per gli standard del posto, e che sarebbe stato anche un posto decente dove passare queste due notti, non fosse che ci ha lasciato un ricordo indesiderato che ci porteremo appresso per diversi giorni: cimici da letto. Strano come, dopo essere stati in Paesi molto meno sviluppati di questo e in ostelli molto peggiori di questo, questa disavventura ci sia capitata proprio qui. Ci siamo svegliati con ...
... on shore. We met a couple from Houston who were on a jet ski excursion. This beach featured a cave that you can enter from one side of the peninsula and exit on the other side. Erick took Christine and I through the cave for a look. I got to hold a sea spider that Erick found in the cave, very creepy little critter. Back on the beach Erick spotted an animal called a Quati. It looks like a mix between a raccoon, ant eater, and possum. This little guy wasn't afraid of ...