Buenos dias, Ometepe Island.
Join us for our morning routine, which is seldom routine.
The ferry is our clock. The six o’clock morning ferry passes by our house, signaling us to start our day.
Time to unlock the porch gates and greet the morning.
It’s a busy morning at the dock…washing clothes, nourishing cattle, and preparing boats for departure.
Ocho has his morning routine, too. Most of the time he drinks from the faucet, but sometimes he prefers the toilet.
Meanwhile, we prepare our strong morning coffee, and if the mangoes are ripe, we make mango smoothies.
What’s for breakfast? The bananas are almost ready.
Time to check out the garden. The peanuts are ready to harvest.
Flowers attract butterflies seeking their breakfast, too.
Yet, seldom do we have routine, leisurely mornings. Occasionally, Ron has to dig out a boa constrictor from our neighbor’s kitchen wall.
And sometimes, we make appointments to watch pigs have sex. lol