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... were only 20 guests or so onboard, so we had plenty of room to spread out and get comfortable on the huge beanbags arranged all over the ship. The eight of us took over the entire aft portion of the ship behind the captain's chair. As we sailed to our snorkeling site, we were served a few appetizers and plenty of beverages. The crew was laid back and friendly, and catered to our every need. When we reached our destination, we put on snorkeling gear and jumped in the water. ...
... yet have very different personalities which kept it interesting! Pauline is only 23 years old but has traveled a lot of the world already. She has lived in more places around the world in 23 years than most doing a lifetime. She is incredibly smart and absolutely hysterical! I learned so much from her experiences, there is no doubt she made me a better traveler and a better person. (I love her so much I arranged a marriage ...
... head for the Nicaraguan border. The journey started with a shared taxi about 5km to a nearby town to catch the bus to the boarder, it seemed a bit dodgy to be dropped almost in the middle of nowhere, but we were relaxed to see a few other gringos also waiting there. The long distance bus was not quite a chicken bus, but not far from it. At the halfway stop disaster almost struck. I threw a box from my pocket into the bin, unknown to me the humidity and ...
... my limited abilities. I needed to keep my hands on the reins!
Thankfully Maya, although spirited and spry, was well mannered, very well
trained, and clearly knew the route we were taking.
crossed a stream and started climbing a steep hill, we switch backed up for
some time. Maya was huffing and puffing as we approached the top. We crested
the hill and my jaw dropped at the amazing view, the wind ...
... for my camera so I wouldn’t scare him, he hopped a little further away but I
was still able to get a good picture. As I lined up for another picture he took
to flight. I was disappointed until I realized there were two more right over
my head! They did not stay long and the
three of them flew down to the cacao fields. Amazing. I knew that toucans lived
here but I never thought I would actually see one!