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... schedule. Basically the day went like this: get to destination and the guide would quickly orient us to what we were going to do and then tell us how long we had (you have 30 minutes to look at the orchids, go!) Surprisingly I didn't feel too rushed, though I would have like to rafted for longer (I'm pleased to share that I did not fall out of the raft this time unlike my previous rafting experience).
... she could find me some work and offered for me to go and stay with eve and visit. She said the beaches and countryside around her are beautiful as it is a national park. That evening after more smoothies and yoga I was feeling very full and sick. I headed for an early night and s good nights sleep. That failed as I took 4 trips to the bathroom that night to throw up. The next day I felt horrendous and dehydrated especially as I did not have any water to drink ...
... and a half. The descent wasn't much more relaxing either as I felt as if I was going to slip down towards Jack, sending both of us off the head of the elephant. Throughout the jungle, we were getting hit by bamboo sticks and trees. I thought this was bad enough until the elephant brought down a whole bamboo tree with its trunk. The guides managed to make it so that the tree didn't fall directly onto us but it was still scary. The heat was not only getting to us but also the elephant ...
... am not sure where the students go if there's an emergency at night. I don't think there is a protocol in place! I guess if it's a REAL emergency, they should come up and get us. Saturday are fun! The students played games and created skits. There are some really creative types! After lunch, there was a mass migration to Tao Garden. I lay around relaxing, then went over to the banana lady. She was just making her first batch, so I hung out with her while she did that. ...
... and by the end of the trek the Argentinians insisted on calling us a family which was funny.
So we trek for around 4 hours, all uphill through the jungle. It was okay going just very very hot. Stopping at a great waterfall which over time had shaped into a natural water flume landing into a big plunge pool. We of course both got the shorts on and went for it & it was great, about 15 - 20ft high and nice and cool after hiking. We then continued uphill to the tribe. ...