Gilded Iguana Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... hostel's main lawn would make for a suitable place to pitch our tent. Now pleasantly enough, Jay was enquiring as to our attendance at the evening spectacle. Explaining that we were moving our tent to a quieter area of his fine establishment was a tad awkward. Fair play to him though, he's a good natured nutter and even suggested a secluded spot for the tent, with deep shade from the morning sun. Thankfully, soon after, the sound of his drumming minions sent us to sleep, as the ...
... of the petroglyphs were carvings of the sun, alligators, and deer. They often used these as warnings, signs, or directions of the land. Just as we were turning to leave the scene, we discovered that we were locked out of the van! Oops! This took no time at all to remedy because the people here are so helpful and resourceful. Our translators, Yikson and Toly, and our guide, Alfredo, unlocked the van using a wire and a shoelace! We continued on our journey to ...
... moving into the morning's yoga class followed by a banging breakfast. Some of us took the opportunity to do an activity for the day. For the afternoon, a lavish lunch then chill-out by the pool or surf at the beach before the afternoons yoga class as the sun set over the ocean. After a further opening up of the chakras we all enjoyed the delicious dinner together and probably never staying awake past 9.
With the Travers family newly on holiday ...
... eels which was pretty cool. Two of them saw a shark too so they were pleased. The water was really clear today but man was it cold! I was so glad I was wearing my wetsuit. We stayed out for over 40 minutes I'm still not sure how they all managed it in bikinis and board shorts! Not everyone went in on the second snorkel trip and we didn't really see too much, tons of puffer fish though which we all know I love. There was a really strong current on the way back which was ...
... Super cool. On Sunday I did my second 2 dives and finished my Open Water Diver Certification, plus I learnt to use a compass. Still not 100% sure of my left and right though.. I enjoyed the diving so much I decided to do my advanced course, which I started today. Sadly, I don't have my lovely instructor Maarten anymore, but the dives today (deep and navigation) were really good and Byron my new instructor is good too. I saw a school of eagle rays, about 15-20 of them. ...