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... I were tapped - and we knew what we had to go through to get back out. The key was to focus on small chunks at a time; to think of the entire trail ahead was too formidable and motivation-deadening. I'd noticed at the time we reached the top of Morne Nicholls that the socks I chose weren't ideal for the day's hike - anklets that provided no protection from the back of the ankle cup of the shoe. They'd been digging in to the back of my foot for most of the hike and were ...
... canopy, the rain effect was just lots of vertical rain, not coming at you from an angle with wind. However, the trail kept climbing and climbing, getting both of our hearts pumping fast. The mud and rocks led to another set of stairs, made from logs. The logs seemed to vary between a tropical hardwood, sometimes with diagonal cuts made in them for traction, and the trunks of tree ferns. These tree fern trunks were the absolute best for stair-making on the ...
... yet. Each storm tended to last around 10-15 minutes with cloudy or sun-filled skies afterward. Breakfast was great - I had a frittata with feta cheese and vegetables sprinkled over it, and Jen ate a parfait of granola, yogurt, and assorted fruits mixed throughout. Thankfully, the Dominican coffee is quite good, something the South Africans could learn about. Sanka does not qualify as coffee. After breakfast, we got ready for the day ahead - a trip to Sari ...
... to our quarters for the week - and it really looks just like the website, talk about truth in advertising. And it's gorgeous - we can see the surf from our front porch, have a huge four-poster king bed, one of the biggest bathrooms I've ever seen, and a separate room containing a monster spa tub. At least 10 windows and a pair of french doors leading to the front porch give lots of room and the decor is modern island - bright colors, with ...
... to our bathing suits, we were outfitted with helmets and life jackets, then plopped into a yellow tube with two handles attached to it and pushed out into the river. We floated for 35 minutes, passing through sections of the river that were calm, moderately flowing, and rapid. I enjoyed the variety. We stopped a few times and stood in shallow water on the river’s edge while the seven or so guides checked to make ...
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