Clarissa Falls Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After traveling for a week I am finally at my most intended destination and with my friends. I had a pretty slow day unpacking and organizing my stuff. Marta did my laundry while we visited last night. It feels so good to have all my clothes clean. I got to have my beloved "beans and coconut rice with stew chicken" today for lunch. It should be the …
... While we were waiting Nathan got in trouble for leaning on some crystal stones. Further inside the cave we looked back at the entrance and could see the side profile of the rain god made from the erosion, very cool. A bit further on at a sky light we touched the stone and made a pact and then made a chain with our right arms on the shoulder of the person in front and turned off our lights and made our way into the dark. It was kind of cool but also a bit long ...
... get some history lessons from John, he knows a lot of random stuff! We talked about the term 'crossing the Rubicon river' with Julius Caesar, USS Indianapolis, the Vietnam war, Agent Orange, The Cuban missile threat and more. So the night was all the bad. Despite still feeling pretty bad, we said goodbye to Louise and Brittany leaving tomorrow, I hope we don't make them ...
... historical treasures, just some occasional orange tape markers on the ground to warn you to stay away from particularly sensitive area. It really is amazing! The photos included are very good ones of the artifacts, but as I said, don't really capture the enormity of the experience. It is also very draining. By the time we ...
... normal instead of densely bitten, swollen skin. After some peanut butter and jam sandwiches (they have mango and banana jam!!) that I made for breakfast, It brightened up slightly and I had another 2 shifts today with the spider monkeys. This time outside the cage. The monkeys are getting used to less human contact slowly so not all shifts are spent inside. This was a nice change as I could read a book while enjoying the monkey's company. Although you can tell they'd prefer you ...