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Posts Tagged With "Ecology"

Cabo del Sol Timeshare

Sunday, October 19, 2003
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We only had one full day in Cabo San Lucas, and we spent it doing the most interesting stuff. You’re really gonna shake your head at this! During our stroll downtown, we met Alex, who roped us into going to see a timeshare the following morning. Well, I’m not sure if that’s right way to […]
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Carate, Costa Rica

Sunday, December 21, 2003
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We arrived at the Osa Peninsula by late morning and stocked up with groceries before heading along a rough road to the other side of the peninsula. The end of the road brought us to a small town called Carate – well I’m not sure if it’s really a town. More like an extremely small […]
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Exploring the Bolivian Amazon

Friday, March 20, 2009
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We flew to the small Amazonian town of Rurrenabaque, Bolivia to explore the Amazon.
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Matapalo, Costa Rica

Thursday, December 25, 2003
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We returned to the little port town of Pto Jimenez and spent one last day with Ben and Lisa before they left for Panama. We camped at the Pto Jimenez Marina – a small property with a nice big lawn overlooking the bay – which was owned by “Captain Bob” … a wonderful 75 year […]
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Monteverde, Costa Rica

Monday, December 29, 2003
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Monteverde is a beautiful little settlement at a high elevation in inland Costa Rica. It’s surrounded by picturesque pasturelands where cattle graze and fresh dairy products are produced. The main attractions in the Monteverde area are two cloud forests and a bunch of interesting species that live within them. It’s possible to do tours of […]
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The Desert of Miracles

Sunday, October 12, 2003
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In the morning, Marina told us to look around – and we did. The desert was green. Over the past few weeks, for some godly reason the skies chose to let loose – for the first time in 7 years. There are Mexican children who saw the rain for the first time. The hardy seeds […]
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The Eastern Cape Region, Baja California

Friday, October 17, 2003
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We’ve just been watching a very cute hermit crab for the last half hour or so. He was very shy and it took him forever to come out of his shell. Lucky for him, we returned him to the ocean .. unlike the other crabs that we caught yesterday afternoon – let’s just say we […]
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