Nope, not even kidding.
I live in this enchanted paradise whereby you can actually sit atop a mountain in a perfectly manicured garden and watch the ocean in the distance. It's something else, the camera can't even capture the shades of hue.
Hue hue hue hue.
Strange tree cactus succulent guy. I guess he's a little confused.
La Catarata!!! They make a big deal of it, "largest in the country" and whatnot. It's not really such a big deal, but whadda ya want, tiny squirt of a country, they do what they can.
As I was saying...
Some kind of sap suckers, I've never seen them before.
I don't recall this guy's name, though he kept repeating it. Krrr-kling or klinnnn-krrr or somesuch.
I'm pretty sure you're not ready for this, and I don't think there's any good way to break the news to you, so Ima just say it.
That thing above, looking like a piece of jewelry, Cartier-does-pearl is actually an egg.
It is the egg from which, in about five day's time, a Monarch butterfly will sally forth.
It resides in my humble (yeah, right) abode, affixed to the wall on which monitors sit. It will come out one of these days, you realise.
It cost me two bucks.
Various frogs follow. The tiny guys are poisonous.
Very valuable rare legendary pepe. Please do not steal.
These are a pair of ~hybrid~ macaws. They are sterile, and as you can see very good friends.
This guy, known locally as Antonio Banderas, is a masked treefrog. Because he kinda has like, a mask and everything, see ?
This is the flower of the cocoa fruit. Because they grow like this, straight from the trunk.
This guy really, really, really did not like me. At allllll. I eventually felt compelled to leave after he lunged at full speed only to be repelled by the glass with a dry thud and a squink of tooth.
I have no idea what I did to it, but he was having absolutely none of it in any case!
And with that, my very good friends, we bid you all a very guarded farewell!