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... were other youngsters there, too and one of the brother-in-laws. They are a large and very friendly Jewish family who have lived in
Mexico for many generations. The men drank straight gin in tot glasses but there was nice white wine for Mike and I and we shared a delicious lunch. It was really good fun. At
about 4pm, we sensed that Suzie and Sergio were getting restless and we hastily
finished up some delicious French cognac Maurisco had ...
... animal contributed to the agroecology of the system. He invited me back for a stay, in exchange for some volunteer labor, I will hopefully be able to take him up on the offer before I leave! This place was beautiful and I have tucked it away in the back of my mind as a place to bring family (aka Mom!) it was clean, the cabins were new and modern, there were nice walking paths (every fruit tree has a wooden plague with its ...
... is poor at best. So i decided the next move would be to leave the farm and stay at a hostel in Nosara. She understood, and told me to come back and visit her when it is summer over here.
With bags in hand, i hitched a ride from her son who drove me to the hostel. With it being rain season the roads are muddy and have pot holes everywhere. Since ive been here i am either covered in sand or mud mixed with lots of bug spray.
Before this trip i had never stayed ...
... the creepiest guy EVER. I don't know how I always manage sitting next to the weirdos or the perverts. Basically I had zero personal space as one of his arms was occupying a third of my seat, like unecessarily far over. He also kept using said arm to kind of rub at my side. Vomit. Then on the occasion I would turn around he would just be staring at me and once or twice rubbed my arm with his fingers...After this had happened a couple of times I turned round to find him ...
... what I would have to do and I felt a bit happier about it, however I'm still not that confident with it. For the navigation dive I'm going to have to learn how to measure distance using kicks and elapsed time, which is the amount of time it takes to cover a known distance. I'm going to have to use natural navigation i.e. plants/rocks/animals etc to navigate, use a compass to do a reciprocal heading from a straight line (180 degree turn) and I'm going to have to make a ...