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... a crocodile farm. And there definitely were enough crocodiles there to be farmed out. There were easily a hundred babies and about 50 full grown crocodiles in different areas, sectioned off by size. The babies ranged from only a few inches long to a couple of feet whereas the full grown ones started at seven feet long and went all the way up to seventeen feet and nearly 1700 pounds! It was pretty cool to see them up close, but also kind of sad. We did get the chance to ...
... all of this? I guess it is simply to point out that travelers talk to each other and learn from each other - tourists tend to remain strangers to each other and rarely make the effort to forge new friendships and/or get beyond simple surface like conversation. When all is said and done, one beach melds into another and few places actually find a place in my memory. But people do. I remember people. The good and the bad. And for me that is the truth of it. Happy New ...
... told that the hotel was a short 10 minute cab ride out of town. We
hopped into the cab and were informed by the driver that it would actually be a
short 15 minute drive. Finally 20 minutes later we arrived at Romy's. It was a
bit of a pain but the hotel did offer a free shuttle to-and-from town. The
hotel was exactly as we were promised... fairly new, cheap and had a pool. The
pool was a bit dirty and we were the only people ...
... off chance it would be the rooster I was eating.
Unfortunately, Norma’s was also afflicted by nature, but in her case it was more of the cold virus variety. That meant she didn’t feel all that great and so we chose to spend the day relaxing on the lawn, reading our books and playing on the laptop. However, fortunately that second night in Port Barton I was able to sleep, having got used to the heat on the previous night and not a single sound of ...
... too close was being told off very quickly. But it seems to work - the monkeys generally just ignored you, which was great. There was also a monitor lizard skulking around. When it was our turn, it was just a 5 minute walk through the jungle, out to another small little bay where the entrance to the underground river was. As with everything here, it was so pretty! The emerald water flowing out of the stone cracks which lead to the dark entrance. Again a bit ...
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