Mendihuaca Caribbean Resort
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... empty, we were speechless! We spent the entire day there, laying in the sand and jumping into the Caribbean - perfect temperature! We headed home around dinner time, nice and brown, to shower and eat and sleep in our little tent! The next day we got up early and hiked to Pueblito, a lost city in the middle of the jungle. The hike was about one hour up and one down, but we did it quite fast. It was a beautiful, steep climb ...
... it off a rock. We traded in our rustic sleeping arrangements for something slightly more luxurious (bunk beds complete with mosquito nets - fancy) further up the coast in Palomino. We wiled a few days here lying by the pool, desperately trying to deepen our tans after Ross's mum Patrice mentioned in a recent Skype that we were looking pasty. I may have lasting skin damage but man am I brown. It was a very lazy couple of days where the only ...
... two white sand swimming beaches (the strong currents at many other beaches mean swimming is not allowed) are separated by the rocky point jutting into the turquoise Mar del Caribe. However, because of this the campsite beside the beach is depressingly large, with regimented lines of tents and hammock sheds that look like battery chicken farms. However, we had paid an extra 5000 pesos to stay on the point and so we smugly walked past the inferior looking ...
... more like an elevated hose) was open-sky, so you could look out at the stars while working the Johnson's Baby.
After the first night we decided to extend our stay from four to six nights. By day two we had our routine sussed. Up at 7am ...
... Torrents of the stuff flowing like a river down the isle. Thankfully by this stage I was able to find a safe hiding place in another seat.
After Sita shouting at the bus conductor to let us off immediately outside the gravestone that had Km46 on it and me having to calm her down, (understanding that he was explaining in Spanish that the road to to the beach was a little further along and an extra second or two of hurtling would be more convenient ...