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... on the lights and the television which was just in Spanish Channel. There was not fridge or no microwave. The manager said the hot tub would be on at 8pm so I waited to go in the hot tub my back was so sore from driving all those hours. Well it never came on and it seems that people here don't believe in tubs. So I took a shower.
Ellie want to ...
... my our resident angry Scotsman; and finally a quiz night, compared by our Country Programme Manager. The expedition would be alcohol free for the following ten weeks and we made the most of our last few nights. Each night went with a swing, helped along by the numerous bottles of Flor De Caña rum we'd brought back from our visit to Nicaragua. With all our training in place and ready for a detox, we were as ready as we'd ever ...
... over and the smiles on their faces couldn't be any larger. It’s honestly a real treat to see these guys having so much fun. The adrenaline coupled with joyfulness created the perfect chemical release. I believe this was the point in the trip where some real bonding occurred within the group.
One of the guides makes a jump, doing a beautiful swan dive. This spurs others to attempt acts that are a bit more daring. The gymnast in Maddy has her ...
... one sees a painting depicting a banana harvest. That is apparently one of the more famous paintings in the building.
There are statues scattered through much of the lobby and stairwell spaces. Some of them held light fixtures while others were just simply display pieces.
The floors were done in various types of marble. The intricate patterns were all visually appealing, I found the workmanship to be amazing.
... back a little. Ironic since pull back is what a paddler is supposed to do! Beto amps up some two and three rapids by having one side of the raft paddle forward and the other paddle backward. This sends the light raft spinning like the teacup ride at Disneyland, ONLY DEADLY! Not really. Then Beto spins us into a heavy duty waterfall that pounds us and fills up the raft. This river is fantastic.
In the calmer stretches we are blown away by the views as we ...
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