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... to bed so late last night. Then we went to the buffet breakfast. We booked our plane tickets home and transfer to Miami airport. It is so difficult to try and use the Internet on this ship since the prices are disgustingly high (about $0.59 per minute), and the reliability is so poor. But we managed somehow.
Since I needed some morning stimulation, I raced off to trivia. Fortunately I saw Dave and Jan, the Aussies from the Cayman Islands tour, so I ...
... Their bikes are sexier, but ours are the old boys, tried and true.
Tried? True?—before we even set off for the day, Ed’s rear tire was flat. It took a while to find the hole and patch it—the culprit was a piece of tiny metal staple like one we removed from Frank’s tire on Ometepe. While I was getting my hands dirty and we had a sink, I decided I might as well find and fix the slow leak in the front tire as well. ...
... faced monkeys. Last but
not the least, we have the spider monkeys. They are the smallest and
they are lighter in colour,” narrated Jardin.
Our small boat drifted slowly on the
Tortuguero canal. This is a national park created in 1975 to protect
the spawning areas of the green turtle (Tortuguero in Spanish), and
the regions rich flora and fauna.
``This canal stretches from Moin to the
Colorado River near ...
... from the tour desk called and told us the tour company was going to refund our lost money for our Cartagena excursion. They are getting the money from the tour operator and they fired the bus company. We are satisfied to get our money back but still will never go back there!
We came back to our room, then decided to go to the Card Room to play Euchre. Dee and Ron won two games, Ady and Nancy won one game.
Tonight was ...
... bikes in this town, so we decided to do the same. On our first day, we rode 8km to a beach at Punta Uva and the water barely cooled us off! We were used to the Pacific temperatures, so stepping into the Caribbean water felt like a warm bath. A couple days later, we decided to venture a little closer to a beach at Punta Cocles, stopping for lunch at a little roadside cafe called Kire. We also stopped to watch four young ...