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... with full gear and they have done Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua over the past five months. So they have a story to tell, right at the moment I need one. Except for a shakedown in Mexico (Chiapas), where they were extorted to support the local rebel causes, they have had only good experiences. Beautiful scenery and friendly people. Exactly what I am looking for. I have paper maps of all countries and Amy shows me quite a few ...
... over the large forested area on the point. As we started up the muddy track, things that looked like apricot fruit were being dropped from above. Looking up, there was a family of monkeys taking aim and dropping as near as possible to our path. Mike, the caretaker where we stayed, says they are real smart Howler monkeys, and do the same to him.
The Caribbean sea was like a warm bath and we were able to drop ...
... and broke a spoke himself. What a day for wheel troubles! He cycled carefully for another 20 km or so, until we stopped for lunch at a roadside soda (in other Central American countries called a comedor) and the friendly and curious cook there wanted to know all about our trip. He told us there was a bike repair place 3 km down the road in La Virgen. There, the red-haired mechanic greeted us as he pulled a shirt on over his big belly. ...
... the impression they were really passionate about their work, even though the amount of money the reserve has is not a lot. On the way back in the canoe we spot another sloth, two fingered this time. Didn't do much for the rest of the day. Went out to a standard restaurant for dinner and spent the rest of the day watching CSIs on what has become our favourite tv channel 'por AXN.' There doesn't really seem to be a lot to do in the town to be ...
... and making it even harder to go. As much as I am devastated by Gigia's death, this is the one time I've been glad he's not here anymore. It would have destroyed me to leave him. I went and said goodbye to him where he's buried under a mango tree in tears. So now I feel horrendous and I'm heading back to Cahuita to leave for San Jose. I made it back to Cahuita and kept listening to non-sad music so I didn't throw myself in front of a bus. I went for lunch at ...