Isla Marisol Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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... retired at about midnight with a glass of water outside the tent to help the hangover and slept on what felt like the ground as the mat was not particularly thick!
It was an early rise at sunrise by the crew and we were off again after they fed us ...
... much) and open a resort called "Seacan Eco Resort".
2. Open a bakery/cafe and call it "Mawee'sPlace". But that would require convincing my folks to retire here and have my mom make her famous pies and soup. She would be a hit (we bought a fresh warm loaf of bread and three muffins for $10US today).
3. I'd continue the list, but then I'd have to kill you. Can't give away all our brilliant ideas can we ;-P.
I've been saving ...
I was hoping to go to a jaguar preserve today but not enough people signed up. While jaguars are noctural and the chance of seeing them is very low.... the odds of spotting one there is far higher than... at home. And the preserve is supposed to be full of other wildlife.
So, instead, I got up early to figure out some plans for the day since there might have been another way to go there. One option was taxi ...
... Hmm, well I guess you'd be an idiot to pass up on free freshly caught lobster.
So we stood on the deck for a bit, examining the poor creature and they are really quite fascinating! I have never seen anything with so many bits! They have 10 legs, plus a set of small arms near the mouth, 2 very long and spiky antennae as well as 2 shorter more delicate ones, and then a large tail with about 5 flap bits at the end and some more lining the sides of the long ...
... beside the catamaran for the others to arrive. Turns out there were only 7 other people going- a group of 4 Swiss boys, a couple on honeymoon and Sarah- who we had met on Tobacco Caye. So our remote island experience was indeed going to be pretty remote! We made the trip down the river to the dock, where it was last minute stocking up of supplies, before setting out into the sea. It was a 3 hour trip to get out to the atoll, occasionally passing other islands ...