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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 ...
... to a break from Upala, it isn't
that it is a particularly bad place, but I am not a city person and it has a
lot of characteristics of a city. Namely it is very NOSIY! And because of it’s
location it is HOT. It will be nice to spend a few nights in a quite cabin in
the cool, quite mountains. Pablo said they have no other guests scheduled so
they won’t have the restaurant open and I will need to talk ...
... 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 ...
... out of the water and apparently lots of fish die including my puffers according to Guayo. Noooo not my puffer fish :( Day 70: I'm snorkel guiding again today and for once I'm not too happy about it. It's not that I don't want to snorkel it's more that there is a red tide which a) equals bad visibility, great for snorkelling b) smells and c) probably isn't that good for you to ingest which always happens when snorkelling. Thank god we got to Tortuga and it wasn't ...
... had a presentation for the shark speciality which was more a test for Laura, Tom and Carlos who are learning how to instruct the course. It was basically all stuff I'd already in the book and took like two hours. I did learn some nice, new little facts though about sharks and the shark trade. Again you can sign the petition here to help the sharks: http://e-activist.com/ea-action/action? ea.campaign.id=10783&ea.client.id=1 712 As I'm now ...