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... seconds later I was allowed to sit back & relax in my seat. The ride in total lasted about 30 minutes & was fantastic. So different from anything I expected. It was like being on an airplane but with no turbulence & the wind brushing your legs - glad I wrapped up warm. It was so peaceful & a nice way to unwind & look at the scenery below. We soared around circling close to the mountain to benefit from the thermals. Having brought the camera we ...
... are. There is no independent no-party newspaper thatīs on the side of īthe revolutionary processī, while those against are virulent in their opposition, at least in their opinion pages. That is so different from Nicaragua for example, where I remember a popular daily paper that didnīt hesitate to criticise the government, but always from the perspective of the governmentīs own declared aims. Here the only independent pro-government paper seems to be the ...
... chocolate chip to your less conventional garlic, cheese and beer flavoured ice creams!! We then went and visited the worlds largest cable car which was closed for renovations. We then walked around some markets, chatted with a few tour operators about Paragliding, Caynoning and Zip lining. We then headed back to the Posada, had food and tore tore into a bottle of the local rum in the company of four Polish and a funny Hong Kong guy ...
Although I brought neither this book nor my journal, I found a poem that is somewhat fitting, in retrospect.
dripping in the morning
wild orchids banana flowers
thick vines drape los palos del sol & great white cedar,
Others w/ five foot green elephant ears flopping,
hundreds of butterflies, orange caterpillars, blue
mosquitos, pink mushrooms,
& industrious leaf cutting ants commuting w/ hunks ...
... back to camp by jeep for our last night, and both sat on the roof to get the best view of the sun setting, but this meant we got hit in the face by loads of insects! and early the next morning we set off for Merida which took the whole day.
After a day resting in Merida unfortunately things took a turn for the worst… after a rough night Tash woke up on Thursday with a fever, shivering, aches, diarrea and a headache. A day later James got the same ...