Hotel Paraiso del Cocodrilo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> files. I prepared to sit on the porch and review the day’s fieldwork…but before
I even started I was overcome by the tranquility of the place. I had spent the
last few weeks working in the office on my computer… I couldn't do it now. I
was in a stunningly beautiful and mesmerizingly peaceful place. So I shut the
computer and curled up in the hammock to listen to the nocturnal chorus of
amphibians, birds, and ...
... we decide to head back to the hotel for a dip in the pool. Given the struggle Rob had riding the beach, she thought maybe riding the road would be easier. I recall the hotel owner saying she would never ride a bike on the road to Samara due to the hills. Surely it couldn't be that bad. Ignorance is not bliss. It is important to note that the ride along the beach from hotel to
town was 3-4 miles. On the road, with the massive hills and curves, its more
like 5 miles. ...
1. Geckos are the most relaxed lizard thing out there, they're super easy to tame, and won't bite. 2. Leopard geckos can't climb all over the place because they are ground dwellers. I.e no Houdini. 3. Compared to other lizards and most other pets they require very little attention to be a happy lizard. And their terrarium/vivarium is easy to set up (especially since we already own most of the components.) 4. They are nocturnal, so they'll be perfectly ...
... home. People are friendly and smile at you as you walk by. With the language barrier I feel very out of the loop. But i am trying to speak as much as I can, and can understand bits here and there.
Samara is a beautiful little beach town. The homes are built right on the beach. This morning I took a long walk and did yoga with the ocean right in front of me. ...
... and a brick door is constructed for every firing and then demolished. He made a massive vase, a pot holder and 2 jugs while we were there. Watching him at work was so inspiring and showed years of skills and workmanship. He has students who come to learn from him from other parts of the world and he learns from them as well. His main frustration is the importation of cheap, mass produced Chinese pots that are now predominant ...