BEST WESTERN Hotel & Casino Kamuk
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- Continental Breakfast
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... captured by white slavers and came bounding into the office I was waiting in much to the amusement of the others also waiting. I gave up in the end. Weather getting very dark we are waiting for the bus and so not to get wet we find a Mexican restaurant to while a few hours away.
Still raining we go for dinner at El Avion this is a qwerky place has a C-123 plane ...
... my wife she could have lobster. He kept making us drinks and gave us free shots and we sat there until it would be a later dinner. We had a lot to drink but not an excessive amount, but I had forgotten I had taken a decongestant before. By the time we ordered I felt unbelievably drunk. I forced myself to eat and then just wanted to go to bed. I was confused why I was feeling so tired and Christine was bummed that we didn't get to go out that night. The bar across the street ...
... passing 10 feet in front of the bar door, without any kind of barrier or protection. Not a good idea to have too much to drink here!
I soon realised that many of the buildings in SJ are covered in barbed wire. Whoever produces it must have made a fortune.
As many of the 'ecolodges' here are expensive but the only option in some more remote areas we had decided to use cheaper places where we could to balance ...
... to the beach. The beach was great - very un-crowded, lots of cool rock formations just off the shore, great waves, vendors hawking their wares, tiny hermit crabs, and more. After our walk, we walked back up the steep hill to our hotel - definitely got our workout this morning!
Emma and I spent a few minutes in the adults-only pool (we still don't know why they put us in a part of the resort for only people over 18 years old - oh, well!) and ...
... Took another part of the trail and Robert was leading the way when suddenly he stopped and said, "there is a snake." Got some pictures of it and do not think it was poisonous.
Decided to head on back and fix some lunch. On the way back stopped by the bridge before the entrance to the park and there was a guide there and he pointed out a jesus lizard to us. Called this,because it appears to walk on water.