Red Rock Haven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to soak and rest on the return trip from the Boiling Lake. A few more up and down sections - by now the climbing and dropping were mind-numbing - and we reached the second portion of the Valley of Desolation. Again, vegetation was sparse, but the colors of the rocks were wild with color, and spitting and sputtering steam vents were found everywhere. Instead of ending in a rainforest this time, this section of the Valley of Desolation ended in another rock scramble ...
... such as picking up certain goods and getting the tires on the tour bus changed out. Our guide today would be Kelvin Noel, owner of Kello Tours - and quite noteworthy in the books we've read for specializing in Boiling Lake hikes. Kelvin was waiting for us in Laudat, and followed our tour bus (it was just Jen and I, by the way - not everyone goes on this type of hike) to a small road that lead to Ti Tou Gorge, the trailhead for the trail to Boiling Lake. Ti Tou ...
... to his shirt), dashed out of the hut with everyone in tow. To be honest, everyone but Jen, myself and the turtle guy ranged from rather overweight to morbidly obese, so the competition to reach the turtle guy first was not substantial. Turtle man ran to a spot on the beach and began furiously digging at the sand, handful by handful. When he was around a foot and a half deep, he brought the first hatchling out of the nest. A little baby leatherback! ...
... plane slowed and it was clear we were turning back toward the airport - the guy sitting just across the aisle starts cranking reggae music from his phone. It was a hilarious scene, yet appropriate, and he kept it blasting until we got off the plane and into the admissions area. The airport itself is basically one room, with one desk each for visitors and residents. After getting our passports stamped with yet another country, we walked past the desks ...
... of having the U.S. dollar as their national currency, they use Caribbean currency, which is about 2.67 times less valuable than the U.S. dollar. This made many different items extremely cheap. After touring the city for a few hours, my friends and I went on an excursion into the rainforest where we went to a place called “Emerald Pool”, which you can see in my photos as well. It was incredible! We then went white water rafting down the longest river ...