La Casa De las Flores Hotel
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... the big leafy foliage close at hand, the air thick with scents of grass and flowers and jungle creepers and wet earth. In the north, sugarcane spiced the air; a little south, pineapple fields spread over the hills, a vast monoculture. Big trucks passed us loaded with sugarcane, pineapples, oranges, and bananas. We saw signs for those companies so familiar to us from labelling on the fruit we buy in Canada: Dole, Del Monte, and Chiquita all have ...
... season! You wouldn't want to be here in October.
Our walk took us along the beach through Cahuita National Park out to Cahuita Point. Here we are close to the border with Panama. Along the way we saw more of the diversity of species--including a pair of friendly raccoons.
Our trail paralleled the Caribbean Sea, and Jheudy pointed ...
Day 14: 30 October 2013
We had a lazy morning today, well I say we I mean me... Anna went for a run I read my book then we headed towards Playa Negra for breakfast. Turns out most of the places there don't open until 12. We found somewhere in the end though and had some eggs. I feel like all I eat in this country is eggs, beans and rice! We headed to the beach afterwards but it was so hot we ...
... was terrified when we got on our horses, but eventually I got the hang of it. Mum, Kieran, two other girls and I went, along with our guide. We rode on a trail in the woods, on the beach, and on the road. The horse that I rode was named Alaska. I am going to wrap this blog entry up, we are going to go to Cahuita now.
On Nicola's advice we took a taxi to "Rocking J's" (www.rockingjs.com) which is where I am at this minute writing this entry. The place is incredibly interesting... I will write in detail tomorrow... it's place that caters to surfers mainly, but there other types of people here. Nicolas and I registered here, the third guy went someplace else. We registered, got our places and our "lockers" (security is a problem here). We ...