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- Continental Breakfast
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... I went for amazing pizza at an italian restaurant on the waterfront and then had some drinks on the roof of our hostel with everyone and then went to a bar on the waterfront for the Jaeger-festival party. All the bars here are really cool with sectioned off areas where you can jump in the sea and sit on the edge of the deck to cool down, so we had a fun ...
... bliss but of course I got extremely sunburnt! Later that evening the four of us (with Gill and Tom) bought a 2 litre bottle of Bacardi for 'the next few days' and used the limes we collected in the sea (no idea where they came from) to make caipirinha's.....fast forward a few hours however and we've finished the full two litres!! A midnight dip was then on the cards as it was still so hot then the night took. Turn when me and Shannon went ...
... non siamo pių molto credibili, ma non abbiamo veramente alcun motivo per andarcene. I nostri compagni di viaggio sono andati tutti a fare un’immersione subacquea, tutti tranne noi e Andrew; per non essere da meno ci siamo buttati in un’altra avventura: il Jaguar e il suo capitano, che probabilmente č suo cugino o qualcosa del genere, ci hanno proposto una gita in barca in alcuni posti un po’ pių remoti dell’isola. Abbiamo incontrato alcuni delfini ...
... were completely lost in the jungle. Out of no where we stumbled upon this random shed were we met a Dutch botanist who lives in the jungle and is part of a project to introduce fruit trees to the island and try establish some sustainable farming within the community there. We were the first people to stumble upon his abode and his surprise was testament to how lost we were! (I blame the Germans!). He turned out to be a really nice guy and gave us a full impromptu tour of the area ...
... some bouncy balls to give to kids who were there with their parents. They loved them, smiles all around. We met a cool couple from Arizona named Mark and Sharon, they were going where we were going and we would talk on the plane.
We lifted up over the Panama jungle, the plane seated about 40 passengers.We crossed over to the Mosquito Coast, saw the brilliant Caribbean way below. On the way, we learned that Sharon was a nurse but also a scuba dive master. She and ...