B&B Hotel Cerrito
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... animals. We saw a bunch of different birds and two types of monkeys. We tried to convince the monkey to jump into the water after a grape but no luck! It's amazing how good their balance is! The rainforest was really pretty and was a great backdrop against the huge ships we could watch pass by. I was hoping to see a crocodile but no luck. Then we went back to the resort and had a nice lunch. They had on a huge Christmas buffet but we opted for ...
... ended up leaving Guatemala and the hostel I was working at in Lanquin due to poor management (let's just leave it at that!), and headed off to Utila in Honduras with a group of friends that I'd made while I was at the hostel. Utila is a small island on the northern coast of Honduras that's well known for it's scuba diving, and it sits right on top of the second largest coral reef in the world, the MesoAmerican Barrier Reef. Now I've always been kinda hesitant when it comes to ...
I guess one of the most important lessons I am learning during my travels is that people are nice, you can trust them and not everybody is bad person that just wants your money or rape you. Of course traveling alone as a woman you have to take care, but if you donot trust people and follow a bit your instincts you might miss some good things. I decided that I donot need to see the locks of the canal because that would cost 35 dollars including Taxi ...
... was beautiful. It was my favorite part of the day. We also had an amazing dinner from the Kuna's. Then they settled us into a traditional eco-friendly accommodations for sleeping. It was so cool to experience.
These islands are so unique because of the untouched nature and culture. If you want to experience culture and beautiful nature, then you should go here. It was amazing and I would definitely recommend it! One more day to go...... ...
DAY 2- PANAMA VIEJO
Our second day in Panama and we have decided to visit Panama Viejo. This historic place is the remaining site of the old Panama City. It was also the former capitol of the country. These historic ruins hold many parts of history to them. About 500 years ago, the Spaniards settled this land. There is also so much more history that I could talk about for days. So if you are not a fan of ...