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Travel Blogs from Vara Blanca
... spot. We soon arrived at the jetty of San Lucas and a couple of local volunteers and the ranger were there to greet us. We were soon unloaded and ready to see our home for the next nine nights. We were shown through to a clearing where Alpha 3 had stayed for phase one and it looked like the ideal plot to make our X-Ray 3 basha campsite. To set up camp we lugged all the bamboo through from the ramshackle bodega, where we'd later stash our food supplies in giant plastic tubs, to ...
... merging with the wreck. The main section that is still visible is the funnel which is great for giving a scale to the ship - it would have been massive! There is a huge bamboo forest growing all around the funnel - in a few years, I doubt it will really be visible any more.
From here, we headed back to El Castillo - we were absolutely shattered and pretty muddy, but we were so pleased with our tour and the way we had been able to see the ...
... are not many, but enough to please all. The portion sizes are generous (we are Americans after all) and the food is authentic and tasty.
The following days plans are revealed to us by Sara and the excitement peaks as we discover that tomorrow we will be zip lining!!! It’s off to the pool for us all for now to swim off the calories we’ve consumed and then to sleep after an awesome second full day. The temps and humidity levels at night drop just enough ...
... Jose. I had the pleasure of sitting beside a sick baby for the 5 hour journey. We had booked into a hostel which was amazing. From the outside it looks terrifying, it's all security entry and looks like a prison. When we got in its so chilled out it doesn't feel like we are still in the big scary city, with a wee swimming pool and hammocks and bob Marley playing non stop. We decided (I mean ...
... ponchos. We did not need one because I had brought an umbrella for us to use. A brochure I picked up in the building touts the following:
"Nowhere else on earth can guests feed toucans and humming birds by hand, release newly hatched butterflies into their first flight, look straight into the eyes of a jaguar, or observe the brilliant colors of a red eyed leaf frog from just inches away".
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service