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... Refuge and continued on for a bit before turning around and heading back to the main road, as there wasn't much wildlife that we had seen. We later learned that at the end of the road was Puntas Arenas beach, thought to be the most unspoiled beach on the island. With all the perfect beaches we had seen so far, it was hard to imagine that a more unspoiled beach existed.
We headed back to the hotel for afternoon swimming. It was ...
... this area can be rather dangerous and we hope to bypass the Dominican Republic as we have received some rather bad reports about the corruption and obstructive behaviour of the various port officials there. The worst place, allegedly, is a bay called Luperon. Let's hope we make it to the Bahamas in one hop.
I am pleased to say that the hunt for gas was a success. After a dash on one of the local ferries from Culebra to the mainland ...
... in his eyes to help him. He is fading fast. There is probably no hope that he will make it. He was a candidate to be placed to sleep but the farm owner wanted to keep him alive one more day awaiting a blood sample to see if there is anything that shows up that may be able to be treated. If he does make it, he has a long uphill battle to fight and will probably only amount to just a runt.
I hate him.
24 hours is ...
... place in the island that is little known to tourist. There Faye and I sat and contemplated life. Seems mellow dramatic but something about a spectacular view looking into an infinite ocean that has a way of putting many things into perspective.
This was an amazing day! However, the most amazing part was knowing that Ojos Bellos is doing great. A single life is worth a million ...
... like Two Blind Mice on the road. We figures that since it was an island we could not get too far without hitting water. And that would be our cue to turn around. We arrived at a deserted road. I called Ricardo to let him know we though we may be in the area but were not sure since we could not see anything. The only landmark was a single Mailbox. He knew exactly where we were and come to get us. Phew!
After over 24 hours of no sleep both Faye and I are ...