Cabinas Jade Mar
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... and shoes( in the 30 degree heat) only to find out that we were the only 2 passengers on the 12 seater plane which definitely gave us that ' I'm a celebrity 'feeling.
Being small plane novices it was pretty exhilarating during take off, general flying and landing. The small plane really gives you a sense that you really are flying which was brilliant. It felt like we were in an episode of bush pilots.
After landing at the worlds smallest and most ...
Decided on combination tour that takes you to both ranger stations - San pedrillo and sirena. Started with sirena, 45 minute boat ride there. Saw dolphins swimming along with boat. We'd not had great reports from Dutch girls do expectations low. I think what makes it is the guide and we didn't have a very good one! Did not seem interested, like he'd memorised what he needed to say but no interest in it. We saw a wild pig to begin with then got to see all ...
... activities director gave her a beautiful bouquet of flowers to carry. Amanda was also the photographer and I took a few myself. Captain Pinto “remarried” this lovely couple and after their vows we toasted with excellent champagne. This special event, which had me in tears of course, was held on the sky bridge of the ship at sunset. Not long after the "wedding" a full moon came up. I ...
... 8 PM to 4 AM at the pineapple plantation and is now here digging holes and laying cement with us. The children are also present and very playful. They seem to really enjoy us and we definitely enjoy their playful and trusting spirits. Many of us engage in jump roping, water balloon tossing, dancing and other forms of play. Their laughter and smiles conjures up simultaneously, strong emotions of happiness and sorrow. Happiness to see the hope for their future ...
... staff to prepare the breakfast and lunch for them and get the into some sort of order so they could leave at 5am! Now how do you go about waking up a load of people at 3.30am who are all cosy and fast asleep in their tent? Well, it's obvious isn’t it – you get (the boss) Ross into one of the landrovers and he drives up and down past the venturers tents very slowly with the horn going continuously! Trust me, after ...