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... the digging and release didn't occur for another 40 minutes, but this time there were 4 turtles. A lot of others were dead on arrival, though - it seems the heavy rains of the past week had drowned the little guys in their underground nest. Even so, we were able to release them to the ocean. After the release, I double checked to see what species of turtle they were - turns out none of the turtles we released were the leatherbacks (which are quite common here) but green sea ...
... gets pitch black at 5:45 PM each and every day. In the rainforest toward the end of their hike, the last leg of their hike would not be easy. We did find out today that the French group made it out of the trip, but there's no doubt they should have started earlier - this is a hike most cruise ship visitors cannot do due to the timing required. The three of us pressed on, approaching the steep rim hike and rock scramble. Once we cleared the tricky rocks, we arrived at ...
... jackets - both Jen and I were basically as wet on the inside as the outside from all the sweat. Leaving the river meant climbing up one of the feeder streams, picking spots where you could step without soaking your feet or tripping over a rock. Soon thereafter, the climbing began again. This portion was relentless - up and up and up and up - from switchback to switchback the steps never ended. There was never a stretch of steps visible more than 35 feet ahead before ...
... placement was paramount. Every so often, the trail climbed and climbed, then fell down and down again. Flat did not exist. After 20 minutes of hiking this trail with the Germans, we reached the Sari Sari river for the first crossing. When Jen and I arrived, the first of the Germans were already crossing with the help of all the guides. The water was moving quite fast - and the footing precarious, as the riverbed was basically littered with boulders the size ...
... on the stairmaster”) find some students to
join you so that your son and the geologist (an alpenist who has taught Sherpas
geology) don’t leave you in the sulfours vapors of the lower portions of the
On the morning of the arrival have
breakfast outside and watch the island approach you, take copious photographs,
appreciate your life – ENJOY