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January 10, 2001 | ALEX KATZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
High tides and pounding surf left parts of Surfside flooded Tuesday, but homeowners like Mike Donovan have seen enough big waves over the years to take it in stride. "This is only the beginning, dude, only the beginning," said Donovan, 53, a six-year resident of the upscale enclave near the mouth of Anaheim Bay. Continued high surf along with heavy rain is expected through the end of the week, though officials said they are taking steps to prevent a repeat of Tuesday's flooding.
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January 10, 2001 | ALEX KATZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
High tides and pounding surf left parts of Surfside flooded Tuesday, but homeowners like Mike Donovan have seen enough big waves over the years to take it in stride. "This is only the beginning, dude, only the beginning," said Donovan, 53, a six-year resident of the upscale enclave near the mouth of Anaheim Bay. Continued high surf along with heavy rain is expected through the end of the week, though officials said they are taking steps to prevent a repeat of Tuesday's flooding.
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January 2, 2000 | KARIN ESTERHAMMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sloths, monkeys, macaws and crocodiles await visitors to the rain forest in Costa Rica on trips with naturalist Paul Abravaya, Feb. 19 to 27 and April 8 to 16. Guests will see hanging gardens of epiphytes; stay at Hotel Villa Lapas, which borders Carara Biological Reserve; and visit Jaco Beach and Manuel Antonio National Park. They will explore the Carara Reserve on a guided walk through the rain forest and then travel to the Tilajari Resort and Nature Preserve in the Arenal Volcano area.
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