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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it was fight night. Again I was not happy. Needless to say we had an absolute blast watching the boxing. We were both supporting Pacman and we seemed to be getting rid of our stress by screaming for him to punch the lights out of Mayweather. When the match ended we headed back to the room, showered and went to bed. The day didn't end any better and our light kept coming on. Every time we turned it off it would come back on a few minutes later. So frustrating. Eventually ...
... not coming on the boat to Almirante so we ask how we get from the marine there to the bus station and we are told one of their guys will be there waiting for us. We are a bit suspect on this but there is another group of 4 European backpackers in the same boat (yep, pun intended) as us here and they look just as confused. But we take the bumpy ride to Almirante through the rain and get there around 1800. As expected, there is no one waiting for us there to take us to the ...
... It's had a name change recently. The rain stopped and the hostel looks great. We had our first hot shower in months and the food at dinner time was delicious. Fish baked inside a pineapple. In the morning the sun was out so we headed off along the road to red frog beach. We swam and dug holes in the sand for a while before the sun disappeared and the rain started so we headed back to our hostel for lunch. I discovered a bat living in one of the toilet ...
... one) I ran into my 5 Spanish amigos from yesterday! "Darren we're off to Drago and Playa Estrella( starfish beach), come with us!! Plans changed and I was off, without beach necessities, to the beach in another shuttle bus over pot-holed, windy roads created by Callie's and following a snake I'm sure! Drago is a beautiful strip of Sandy beach. REALLY!!! Wide enough between the palms for the car to drive on!! Out we get and into a boat for the 10 minute ride to ...
... at first until it dawned on us that we were actually going to get to see a turtle laying it's eggs on the beach. By the time we reached the turtle, it was at the top of the beach and ready to start digging. It digs a bed maybe 30cm deep before digging a hole about 70cm deep and 30cm across for the eggs. It was fascinating to watch this huge turtle, it's shell was 150cm long, digging the hole so precisely with it's back flippers. The flippers could reach down onto the ...