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... Alan had told them the wrong date! But they rallied round, got the cook over and all was well. The place was AMAZING. Hummingbirds everywhere, beautiful flowers and 5* rooms with fresh flowers on the bed and the towels folded like a shirt/tie and dress! We felt slightly underdressed in our flip flops and dirty clothes. We watched the hummingbirds at the feeders and chatted until dinner which was a 3 course gourmet affair. It was quite chilly and we ate al fresco but ...
... so we all did mini dances to keep ourselves warm.
The next big challenge, & probably the most daunting of the lot, was a jump into a very narrow crevice. Our guide put her hand out to signal exactly where we needed to jump to avoid bashing ourselves on the rocks either side. We literally had to step off the rock & plunge in... So scary! Luckily, we all survived.
The second waterfall, 20m high, was by far the most exciting with a large volume ...
... rafting and a trek into Los Llanos for a jungle safari, although the temptation to sign up to everything nearly overpowered us.
Firstly - the paragliding. It was our first time, after 2 hours driving through wind and mist and general treachery, we reached the top, where we had to wait for the winds to die down. We were with 3 diehard gliders; one flying solo and two taking us novices. Eventually there was a break ...
... on par with other places in South America. So obviously, this was the way to go for us. In preparing for our Venezuela entry, we had spent a bit of time researching where to best change our money (either in Colombia or in Venezuela), and had opted for a mixed strategy. First, we would exchange some Colombian pesos for Bolivares while still in Colombia (where the rate is good, and you are technically not doing anything illegal). The other part of money we would carry with us in ...
... Mata-Mata. More circling excitingly revealed pink dolphins which randomly jumped out of the water so we just got a view of their nose, back and dorsal fins.
Further down the river our guides pulled the boat close to a caiman on the shore and before we really knew what they were doing, slipped a lasooed rope over its neck and dragged it to a nearby tree where they tied its jaws. One of the guides, Ken, then lifted up the poor caiman and let some of our ...