I am sitting on the beach of the Pacific Ocean at Manuel Antonio National Park near Quepos. For those of you tracking my location, the coordinates are 9.5N, 84.2W. This one of most beautiful beaches I have seen. The jungle seems to come right next to the ocean. It so peaceful listening to the sounds of the waves crash against the shell-less, gray sand. The water is lukewarm like the Atlantic Ocean is now, however, this water stays warm all year round.
The ocean is so beautiful and big, I am sure it knows about the crystal skull and will help me find Pachamama. I sat down on the warm sand and the waves immediatley crawled up to find me. Mrs. T. ran to rescue me from the waves, but I stopped her since I wanted to ask the ocean directly: “Do you know where the crystal skull is?”
The ocean whispered back to me:” Many skulls are hidden on my ocean floor. What kind are you looking for?” I told the Pacific all about the animals and the habitat that we are trying to save and that only Pachamama would know the answer. But we don’t know who and where Pachamama is. We need the crystal skull to be able to open up the Book of Knowledge. The book of knowledge will be able to tell us about Pachamama. The Pacific waves gently rolled back on the beach. In its echo, I heard “Look for the crystal skull in Peru!”
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