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... spot because throughout the night it rained heavily, and we were the only ones not to have standing water in our tent in the morning. Even with an additional tarp over most of the tents, everything got soaked. In the evenings we drank rum and talked. Someone always had tunes playing, usually something reggae, and our group of 13 travelers and 4 guides enjoyed the peacefulness of the jungle. On day two after we dried out, our ...
... views from the top. This temple features in a scene in one of the Star Wars movies. Back down to the ground level and we made our way along the long causeway out of the site. The bus picked us up and we dropped Juan off at his home then stopped for lunch at El Remate. I had a club sandwich and a strawberry milkshake and Dylan had steak with mushroom sauce and rice and a chocolate milkshake. After lunch we were back on the road at 1:45 for just over an hour before we reached ...
... followed by unforeseen, incredibly uncomfortable sleeping. Later as Paul and Zoe were also out today I helped cook dinner along with Ryan and Emma. We made a quiche like dish but with potato rather than dough. It was Eggcelent. Later when the team returned, Louise who had also been to get her visa brought back some cake for me from Anna for my birthday tomorrow! How nice! My last day of being 21 ended ...
We walked back up the hill to the San Ignacio Resort Hotel (where the other tourists stay) to visit the Iguana Project. This is a privately run endeavour (by owners of the hotel). They rescue iguana eggs from the beaches, hatch them and keep the surviving iguanas safe until they reach about 2 feet long. ...
... s many coconut trees, ate the great lunch the women prepared, and even watched Hector make a broom from different parts of various trees, but the highlight of our day was the howler monkeys. We've seen lots of monkeys this trip and always enjoy watching them, but what was more intriguing about these monkeys wasn't so much seeing them, but hearing them! There are a handful or so that hang out high in the trees in the jungle and like their name indicates, they howl. And ...