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... shower of the day, not counting swimming in the caves. I have now given up on anticipating having anything which at all resembles a warm shower in this region. Anywhere at all.
The lunch was well received. Indeed I felt it was rewarding - Edward reckoned that you burn close to 1000 calories on the trip and I was happy to make up my own tortillas from the buffet with a variety of fillings. Several other groups were also having their lunch. It seems that eight is ...
... lot of loud conversation between the rest of the family, father, mother and grandmother and the conductor lade in her luminous green uniform,in Creole ,until they paid up and the whole bus was happy again. Little brat !! Uncomfortable ride and all squeezed in, but at least the windows were open and the wind kept us cool for the next 3 hrs.
Our hotel is in the lovely town of San Ignacio. The rooms is basic, huge bed, bathroom with hot water a TV with ...
... the Currasows and I went for another nap, followed by a quick swim in the lagoon. I had a lunch shift next that was very easy! Before it meant delaying lunch, now we are leaving them on their own a bit. So it actually means this is the shortest shift. After returning and leaving the cage again at 2:30 I had another nap, sleep really catches up on you here. After finishing about 5:30pm instead of chilling and showering in the room. I sat in the house with everyone and tried to ...
... what we call scoliosis in humans and that she will likely be put down within the next year. He also explained that iguanas tails are made to separate as a survival adaptation and then they regroup another one, which is pretty interesting. We then moved to another area - this is where the baby iguanas are. When we got in that room, Humberto didn't give us the choice and quickly put a baby iguana on each of our arms. Garyn, feeling more comfortable than me still, ended up with ...
... to visit a living museum and the way you have to get there definitely adds to the experience. The next day was a much more sedate way of getting into the caves and out of the sun. Rubber tubing down the river through another large cave system. This involved no effort whatsoever, the river did all the work. All we needed was a cold beer in hand and it would have been perfect. We were pretty lucky as this tends to be a pretty busy site, especially when ...