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... that bit of an illness where I'm all hot and clammy which usually indicates any illness is about to break. However in this instance I think it is purely down to the weather. It is mid 30's and really humid. A fan does little to cool things down. The hostel has a kitchen and I made an attempt at eating some soup. I got through about a third of a tin in maybe 40minutes. Otherwise I've been subsisting on coke, mountain dew and not enough water.
Around 5 o'clock a ...
... a mile into the depths of the cave and it's fair to say that it was a physical challenge ( anyone with a beer belly wouldn't have been able to get through!). Inside the caves were crystalised skeletons lying around and many sacrificial ornaments which was very interesting! It was surreal to think that we were even allowed to enter the caves, let alone be able to be within centimetres of an ...
... to Barton Creek, today but when we checked with Pacz tours they said that none of the cave tours were going the past couple of days and probably wouldn't be going today. Did I mention that it has been raining heavily all night since before we got here. ...
... like that, we were amongst 50 or so iguanas. I was definitely a little nervous at first, but quickly felt comfortable feeding the iguanas. We had leaves and when the iguanas smelled them, a bunch came over and began eating from us. Then, Humberto, our guide gave us the opportunity to have an iguana on our chests eating leaves from our hands. Garyn took one right away, but I was definitely not ready. I tried to hide my fear by snapping lots of photos of Garyn, but it was ...
Our Central America Adventure is off to a great start. It's hard to believe we’re only one week into our 32-day tour; we’ve already seen and done so much! Here is a summary of the past week…
Friday, July 11 – We flew to Cancun and spent our first night in Mexico at the Tukan Hotel & Beach Club in Playa del Carmen. Highlights were eating tacos and people-watching on the busy and touristy 5th Avenue, and seeing ...