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... to the Cangrejal River. Letīs get a new adventure started!
You might be wondering how we managed to arrange the transport from the Muelle de Cabotaje port to the Jungle River Lodge. While staying in Utila we contacted three agencies running their lodges at the Cangrejal River and offering white water rafting:
- Jungle River Lodge: rafting for USD 40 per person; free transportation between La Ceiba and Cangrejal River; free private room ...
... with balloons and decorations etc they didn't sell cards! In the mall we also saw El Gallo, a shop selling fridges, cookers and motorbikes! Earlier in the week we had driven past a shop selling sofas and motorbikes, apparently household goods and motorbikes being sold together is a common occurrence here! We had planned to go swimming at an outdoor swimming pool in the afternoon ...
... think the place is no good we should consider staying somewhere else. The Taxi driver called a hostel and handed us his phone. Thankfully the man on the end spoke great English and eventually told us he was from Boston. He cut us a deal and matched the other hostel's price and even gave us a private room with AC. We were driven to our new hostel in about 10 minutes, thanking God for His provisions all the way. ...
... office of La Moskitia Ecoaventuras near the mall and we take a taxi there with iur packs. We have arranged a tour starting Wednesday for 5 days to the La Moskitia coast and wilderness where we will travel to 3 villages but by boat and 4wd. There will be no electricity or Internet . It will be a roughing it trip and we will stay in village lodges with bucket toilets and shower and beds with mosquito nets .We are already taking antimalarial meds as we know it ...
... partying. There was some funny impatient German guy, that looked a bit like an angry Kermit The Frog, a guy from Liechtenstein, who 100% looked like a horse (he may have actually been a horse, I’m not sure) and a super gay and quite flirtatious (but harmless) divemaster assistant guy called Gabriel, who seemed to take a bit of a fancy, but most of my group seemed pretty sound, except when the Belgian couple got their Go Pro out on the last day, and with it turned into ...