Hotel Posada Real
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... looking up at us as the guide was talking about Darwin. I swear he could a understand. He kept looking at the guide as he was talking then someone would ask a question and he would look at that person. There is no fear in these animals! Off to get ready for the next adventure ! Plan on continuing to check the blog even after tomorrow. There might even be time on Thursday - the last day- to look at the ...
... Cayman alligator spotting in the same waters. This was amazing as we searched down stream in pitch black looking for the orange/red reflection of the gators eyes with our torches. We saw a few from distance then one popped up close to the boat but it was only a baby around 2-3m and seem to be posing for photos then retreated back to the water. We saw a big black alligator which grow to around 10m but only at distance. Photo shots were very difficult as 1. It ...
I slept in as i had no plans this day yet. I was going to take it easy this morning and not think too much as i had a slight hangover and my calves were so sore from the hike. I had breakfast in my room and a great shower and shave. It was raining very heavy outside as it did most mornings, which meant a nice day once it ended. I wasn't sure what the girls were doing today either, so i walked around town enjoying the sun and talking to my agency as far as future ...
... happy I wasn't sick. Though this bus did have bags by the seats so it was better equipped than the previous one. Go figure.
Got a taxi with Jess and Karissa. This ride back was much, much quicker. Probably due to not going through Centro Historico and less traffic (the streets are relatively deserted on Sundays). The driver had his daughter in the taxi with him so we were squished in the back seat.
Squared away all of ...
... their puppy, I was sorely tempted. As we were almost back at the hostel, the same feeling I had in Nicaragua came back; fever, sweats etc but this time I was throwing up etc. I had dehydration once in Thailand after a weeks diving and partying in between so I'm pretty sure this is what it is and although I'm drinking loads of water I'm not replacing the loss of salts so the next hike I do, I'm bringing a packet of salted peanuts with me.