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... who called himself Le Tigre Negro (The Black Tiger!!). He was hilarious and in a ten minute journey regaled us with his story of many wives and his 12 children (6 boys and 6 girls).
We jumped on a packed speed boat to take us to Little Corn Island and had to bribe the driver to take our bags as there wasn't any room. This resulted in a little child’s bike being left behind…..but we needed our bags!!!
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... when two different people warned me about their misadventures trying the same thing. Both of their phones were now not working after their first snorkeling attempt with their waterproof carriers. Dangit!! I guess I won't be taking pictures in the water this trip. But really, I saw two sharks! The Jaws kind too!!
We also went to Little Corn Island. Both Islands are super small so it's kind of funny that one is called Big and ...
... cabins on the beach, it is amazing spot and looks great (cabin $15 per night), no kitchen.
If you walk towards Casa Iguana ($35) on the east side of the island, just after the turn off there is a local place with a dormitory on the right ($10 for a bed).
FOOD: We did grocery shopping in Granada for about C400 ($15) and took it with us, buying basics like coffee, rice, pasta, cereal, refried beans, tuna, salsa etc. this lasted us for about a week. ...
... a rainbow over the ocean?? It was so beautiful and I kept singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow to myself. It was mesmerizing to watch h the rain hitting the water, it added just one more beautiful feature to the ever moving and flowing sea.
After finding refuge and waiting for the rain to subside, I continued on my little trek where I eventually ran into a little boy wearing a superman outfit. I took some pictures of him and his brother and talked to ...
... insecurities, and some of our goals. They were good, deep, topics that felt good talking about. It also helped me realize just how much I think I've grown recently, being able to verbalize my short comings and focus more on the solution as opposed to masking the problem.
On the way back to our hotel we stopped at the hotel next to us for a few drinks. We randomly met a Spanish couple that were doing the same. Diego and I forget the girls name, but they were pretty neat. ...