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... the large cave entrance. As an entry it is quite impressive. It is also quite damp, as you have to wade into a flowing river and swim the first 5m or so before you climb up into the cave. The system extends for more than five kilometres, but we were only going about 500m into it. It may not sound much, but about two thirds of this journey involved wading through water, ranging from the ankles up to waist high, as well as a fair amount of climbing and slithering ...
... and head torches we crossed rivers through the jungle and swam into the mouth of the cave. Unfortunately we had the worst tour guide in the history of civilisation and there were numerous tour groups before and after us vying for a moment with the Crystal Maiden so the Indiana Jones feeling was quickly squashed to a Vatican style tourist moment but experiencing the adventure the Mayans made 1000 years ago in hope for rain through tight crevices and flowing water was quite ...
... stopped and got his haircut. It's become a tradition. Last year he got his haircut in Uruguay on Christmas Eve. We also visited the farmers market which is always an interesting experience. After a few hours in the city we return to the Windy Hills resort for a leisurely afternoon. We laid in the hammock, swam in the pool, and just enjoyed the facilities. Tomorrow we head ...
This morning I woke up as of I had been swimming, the night was incredibly hot and humid and I was dripping with sweat.... Nice! After if anything a too large breakfast of 3 sandwiches (2 egg, 1 PB Jelly) myself and Ryan got the Currasow done early and I was off to my first shift. Today was my mission to be extra playful with the monkeys like some of the other volunteers which went well! Chippa and I ...
... or 60 years ago, these temples and structures were completely buried.
From the ruins we walked over to a hotel that hosts an iguana sanctuary. The goal of the sanctuary is to breed iguanas and release them into the wild, as well as to educate the next generation about caring for iguanas in the wild and in captivity. We were the only ones taking this tour and our guide was a lot of fun. Before entering the sanctuary, he pointed out some rather large iguanas in the ...