Mystic Jungle Lodge
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... into the river from a very high tree. Rachel couldn't pass it up so we pulled over, let her out of the canoe, and then filmed her swing. Video is attached. Our campsite on day two was also up a steep, muddy embankment and the guide had to carve steps in the mud to allow us to climb up. Once up there, we set up camp, enjoyed dinner and the box wine we picked up in town. Along the river we saw tons of huge iguanas, howler monkeys in ...
... We got on the bus which took us to our Hotel Casanova near the centre of San Ignacio. We had an hour to go to our rooms and then meet back. Our room number 5 is definitely not as nice as the one from last night! But we had a welcome shower then met back in the "living room"! Here we walked down to the Main Street of town to see Mayawalk tours. They gave us free rum punch which was nice. The guy we were meeting was running late so instead we did a small orientation tour of ...
... you swim, climb over and through rocks to get tot the upper cave system. Water was not a cold as the river crossing but I was not exactly warm as moved through the water. At upper cave you have take your water shoes off and continue in socks on the ouchy ah ouchy trail...haha just a funny balizean joke. But seriously the rocks are a bit ******* the feet. We climbed some more and as we did we were super close to Mayan ruins that have been untouched for thousands of ...
... Early dinner tonight at Cenaida's . . . best meal we've had so far. Yummy cilantro grilled snapper and a wonderful banana, rum & ice cream dessert . . . haven't found any butter tarts yet.
We're off to Guatemala & Tikal National Park in the morning . . . 7:20 start for a 2-3 hour bus ride. Should be ...
... like that, we were amongst 50 or so iguanas. I was definitely a little nervous at first, but quickly felt comfortable feeding the iguanas. We had leaves and when the iguanas smelled them, a bunch came over and began eating from us. Then, Humberto, our guide gave us the opportunity to have an iguana on our chests eating leaves from our hands. Garyn took one right away, but I was definitely not ready. I tried to hide my fear by snapping lots of photos of Garyn, but it was ...
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