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... wound around the valley. It took almost three hours but it was worth it. It was along a road but there were hardly any vehicles. We saw some farmland but mostly coffee planatations. It went up quite high and you could see down along the valley below. The people are very friendly and everyone was waving and greeting us. Mostly up high were the local indigenous people. Once we got back to the town we were both a bit blistered (we didn't realize it was so long of a walk) ...
... and we were asked to produce our passports, which thankfully we all had with us. They then started itemising the items in the bags, which included fried chicken and other items just bought at the store, and asked us a few rudimentary questions like: where we were staying and what we were doing. Although, I was asked to take my passport out, mine was the only one that was not looked at. They had been witnessing the childish antics of the other guys and ...
... to put weight on a bent leg, so to the bemusement of some locals, he walked down backwards.
We stopped off at the restaurant at park entrance for a coffee before asking them to call the taxi to take us back to the hotel. They had a nice balcony overlooking the river while hummingbirds were flitting around and even a squirrel was running around in the trees.
Our taxi driver gave us the run down on the farms as we drove back to Cerro Punta. Around Nubes, ...
... there, some of which have been well maintained and/or restored. Private developers are doing a lot of work on the not overly-old buildings, but being a World Heritage Site, they have to keep the facades. The area is quickly becoming gentrified and increasingly expensive. Not as nice as the old colonial towns in Colombia though.
On Friday Tanja, Sandro, and myself packed up what we needed to take on the yacht, left the rest ...
... the see or swing off the swings! sooo much fun. We only stayed there one night + made sure we got our fill in the morning, then headed to another island which was had more of a local feel and veryyyyy chilled man. We hiked across the island to a beach which had some sort of rare poisonous red frogs, you could see them dead easily everywhere! Our mates the day before saw a sloth with its baby so we looked for that but didnt find it (sorry Elin!). The ...