La Princesa de la Isla
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... All of the local children were just wonderful but these two will go down in our memory books as being very special to our family. We've even started making plans for Darvin to come visit us this summer for two weeks.
We also rented a golf cart and toured the whole island in about 2 hours. Really friendly people here- descendants of freed slaves. English, Creole English, and Spanish spoken by everyone on island. They listen ...
... and presto! Seriously delicious Rundown stew. It's served with limes and a traditional chili, vinegar, onion mixture. It was one of the most delicious things i've had in a long time! It was also one of the most gigantic things as well. Heather and ate and ate and ate and began to sweat ridiculously!!! We each had a bowl, and in each of our bowls was a lobster tale, a whole fish, a big handful of ...
... can walk around it at a leisurely pace within 2 hours. We wandered a few times over to the east side of the island, where most of the hostel / simple cabana style accommodation was. These places were literally on the beach, now more than 5-10 meters from the waves, unbelievable. The only downside was the wind, constantly blowing, making the water chopping and in my opinion not super inviting. But hey, we wandered in anyways!! Further around towards the north east was a resort ...
... ready to cut open the fruit after we drank the juice. We sat down at the Turned Turtle restaurant for lunch and had fresh coconut meat for an appetizer. Patricia (another traveler from Switzerland) joined us for lunch as well.
Rachel and Toby decided to come along for snorkeling, so we boarded Elvis's panga and headed to the reef on the north side of the island. There, we saw seven reef sharks, lobsters, a manta ray, and lots of brightly ...
... play in, all with a thatch covered empty bar playing Bob Marley half way down the almost deserted beach.
Never heard of Corn Island, used to be called The Skeleton Islands (of buccaneering fame where pirates feared to be shipwrecked because of the fierce natives who liked to eat pirates marinated in coconut oil.