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... standard operating procedures for coffee shops), and also disgusting. Probably the worst one I've had. Kate has some explaining to do!
Most of the day was spent hammocking or at the Split, where we hung out with the English girls from last night. They are tourists, with this being their last stop south before headed back to Cancun to fly out. This seems to be the standard story at this point. Locals were really getting into the spirit of things. There was ...
... the feel of the place with its Caribbean culture.
The next morning I got up to join the 30’s club. I felt no different and had some presents. Han had brought out a GoPro from my family and as you can see from all the pictures in this blog we took advantage of this straight away. As well as some decent sweets Then the fun started, we turned up for our tour an hour late due to us getting the time wrong. The sailboat ...
... the mangroves into a flat section of the ocean where we were able to cook down and have a swim. We headed back to the boat for a quick snack and drink which we had on or boards. Finished and then started in the second part of the tour. Ronnie left us and was going to meet us a a point which e explained to us how to get to. This was awesome we could explore on our owns. Not so cool for Jen, the slowest paddler in the world. But as I was told, we were in the Caribbean. Here ...
... there was a big bridge that rattled so much as we went over it that I heard people screaming! Haha. Oh dear. Guatemala: Not the capital of health and safety!
The hostel was quite literally in the middle of the jungle. Me and Lea ended up in the same dorm room which was cool. There was a German guy in with us called Marcus who was a nice guy. He told us that he knew someone who had been to this hostel 2 days before and had found a tarantula on their bed... ummmm!!!
... partying and annoying loop of loosing and finding people in the dark outdoor party I headed home and was in bed for 1:30, not such a crazy night after all.
New Years day was spent sunbathing with the hostel gang on the spit, nursing a beer or two from late afternoon until sunset. Every now and then diving off the pier into the sea for a refreshing wake up. An early night was had as I would be leaving the island as early as I could manage the following morning.