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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sun Breeze El Remate
Lovely clean room, very quiet until the cockerels started in the mornings.
Family owed and run, the owner also has a collectivo and we arranged to go to San Elena with him but he didnt turn up. He didn^t leave a message to let us know.
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... invited us to get closer to the tunnelīs mouth, but we promised to take precautions preventing us from falling to the river which would be 100% fatal. We could observe a great example of the power of the nature in the stormy waters of the Cahabon River. They say that the water level can grow so much sometimes during the rainy season that it starts passing over the pools. We were watching at the river for a while and didnīt stop wondering about its natural strength. It ...
... so I finally got my fix. I was with "Cash" from England, Ben and Ryley from Aus, Imi and Lisa from NewZealand, Ivan from Ireland and Julia from the USA so we had a solid mix. We drank a lot of beers and ate a lot of seafood but my favourite thing was the giant coconuts for sale for 50c, you could suck on these for hours and still have juice left. During the day it was too hot to do anything but swim or stay very still in the shade, so we ...
... I'm sure it made the rock sliding painful.
It was so much fun climbing through all the rocks, we finished up by doing a massive and pretty dodgy swing into the river. Belinda went on it and nailed it with the perfect finish, a little concerned that her feet touched the bottom as she went in. The next person after her landed flat on her stomach, she got pretty badly winded so noone else wanted to do it after that. ...
... back 14kms deep into the mountain. We were only going to explore half a kilometre and were all given candles to take with us for light. Swimming through the caves with candles was a really cool experience, the candle light gave it an eerie feeling and some parts we had to swim through water more than 2m deep and other parts there was only enough space for our heads to fit through above the water and the ceiling. Once we were back out of the cave ...