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... our bags and rearrange our internal organs! Heather and I have been enjoying island life over here on Little Corn. We stay on the East side of the beach and get to welcome the sun over the Caribbean Sea every morning from our Casita. We have been getting up for breakfast and a morning dive around the reef the last couple days. Then out for adventuring around the island looking for local food or fun spots to have a drink. It has been nice in the morning and then by ...
... Picnic Center). We spent 2 days on the big island before
catching a 30mins ferry to the small island. The small island, as the name
suggests, is a lot smaller - no roads or cars, just beaches, bars and restaurants,
oh and a dive shop. Think isolated island with your own private beach just like
in the movies and this is what you get. Truly amazing place and our new #1
ahead of the San Blas islands and the W ...
... share in the festivities and lounge around the pool - YEP the only saving grace in this hostel was the pool!
So the next morning we arrived at the airport, a very basic airport that is…. But worked our way onto the plane with the biggest laminated boarding passes I have ever seen. Take half a cereal box, flatten it, write some numbers on it and laminated it - BOARDING PASS DONE. After an hour or so flight over some deep blue waters we reached the larger of the two ...
... The shower outside was very rustic, constructed with scrap wood, you could almost see into the shower from the hostel.
The green tree frogs sounded like lasers and we were lucky enough to see a couple as they are extremely well camouflaged. Then it was time for bed which if we were highly intoxicated may have been great, but we found a huge brown spider in the dorms. There were no bug nets,and this guy was so scary we didn't even try to kill it, or take its ...
... actually ended up falling off. At the first mention of horseback riding, Toby was apprehensive and concerned about falling off. Not the best experience for him. We felt obligated to teach him the phrase "Get back on the horse" and so he did.
We rode back to the lookout tower that gave the 360 degree view and saw the island at sunset. It was a bit cloudy, but still a beautiful night. We made it safely back to the bungalows just as the ...