Hotel Maria Eugenia
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... the guy was telling her to lower it, I found it all very funny, eventually she got the meat right in front of the crocs face and SNAP!!! The croc bit on the peg and broke it and took the meat, Bobbie screamed as it happened then felt bad the peg broke, but the guy laughed and seemed ok with it. He then took us further up into the park to do something I've always dreamed of doing, getting up close to a feeding a Jaguar. The first one was a smaller female, she was very pleasant and ...
... myself in there.
After rather a chilly night in Na Bolom, I also decided that I would change Hotels and I'd do my research for that when I returned from the day-trip.
I turned up at the tour agency at the appointed time and discovered that the other participants on the trip were a couple of of young Koreans whose English was almost as non-existent as their Spanish. I have no idea how they managed! We were picked up by our rather sullen ...
... big sleeping policeman and immediately slid down the bus when the driver slammed on the brakes for some reason. Despite crawling around the floor with a torch I couldn't find it. I thought that was it - someone had found it and kept it. Fortunately an hour and another slam on the brakes later, it rolled down the stairs at the front of the bus with a loud crash and I had my phone back!
But disaster nearly struck again when I ...
... feathers catching the light perfectly. What a great photo that would have made!
At the small stream crossings, dozens of brightly colored butterflies fluttered about, dancing silently. So many colors! Many landed quietly on the undersides of leaves, clossing their fragile wings and disappearing perfectly. When they fluttered off again, the insides of their wings was often so differently colored. There were orange and black ones, pale green and ...
... blocked in both directions for 2 hours as ambulances and breakdown trucks came up from the town. It brought home to us how isolated the area is and how fragile the infrastructure, despite the relatively new highway.
The next day we visited the Sumidero Canyon, eventually, as we had to wait 2 hours until there were enough people to fill a boat. The Canyon can only be seen by boat but it was worth the wait. It is impossible to take a photograph that does it ...