Ka'ana Boutique Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up and read a bit before motivating to pack up my dive equipment. Today is a travel day to San Ignacio to meet Carla and Bill for Thanksgiving Dinner. Packed, had breakfast and took a few last pictures before getting on another tiny plane to head to San Ignacio. Flight was good but those small planes are a bit unnerving! Was promptly picked up …
... few days I will gradually be integrated with them both. It has been so refreshing to have limited internet access however I'm currently sat in an internet cafe/ shack in the local village of Sarteneja. The plan is to finish off the bottle of rum in front of me, grab a bite to eat then head to a local bar. It will be interesting to explore the local streets and sample the local delacacies! Adios for ...
... to do a small vertical rock climb (only up about 15 to 20 meters) to the dry part of the caves. Here you have to put on some dry socks in order to preserve the area from the oils in our feet. Up here the caves open up into huge chambers that get bigger and bigger the deeper you get. Each one filled with pots, plates and other clay items which had been brought in 1,200 to 1,500 years ago - and which remain in the exact positions they were found. Amongst ...
... walk through the jungle where our guide, Emil spots jaguar foot prints before we get to the entrance of the cave. The entrance of the cave has a clear fresh water lake flowing into it. Before we get in we have to don our helmets with headlight to explore the pitch black cave. We jump into the water and swim into the cave. For the first half of the walk of the cave we wade through water climbing up and down formations, duck and crawling through nooks and ...
... a half hours in the cave we retuned back to sunlight and headed to a river upstream from our jungle lodge to go river tubing. On the very bumpy road on the way we drove through a Quaker community which was interesting - a very different way of living. River tubing was fantastic, we went down around 10 rapids. Scott fell out of the tube on the big rapid and spent a long time trying to get back in the tube! A nice relaxing day over, tomorrow the bus to Guatemala is at ...