Paradise Vacation Hotel
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... in a
foil pan, together with pineapple, green pepper, red onion, zucchini and
plantains, all cooked over a barbecue fire. We also had tortillas, and a pot of
coconut rice to round out the meal. Words cannot accurately describe how
delicious this meal tasted. The lobster and fish were so tasty simmered in the
juices of the pineapple and other vegetables. We ate this sitting on a beach,
with the breeze ...
... we entered the water and I quickly learned I should be more worried about myself than Alex. He was obviously comfortable and we began the dive. We quickly descended into the sea with the plan to go no deeper than 60' depending on Alex's comfort level. It soon became apparent he was comfortable and we bottomed out on the lower section of reef at 90'. Shame shame, well past the open water cert limit. As we dove, we were blessed by sightings of the numerous creatures of ...
... Great job Sweetie!
We headed back to the restaurant for lunch, (which was very good) and then headed to the zip line.
C and I have zip lined once at some place near Gretna, and it was short. We had planned to go zipping in Switzerland, but were all "fogged up", and couldn't go. C had been in BC, and I've never really been on one. We had a great time, and were likely 75' plus above the ground, and often that height above the canopy of the rain ...
... by our wildlife encounter we paddled on, eager to spot more. Turns out we had peaked too soon and didn't really see anything much the rest of the trip. Some birds and lots of noises in trees but no sightings. As the sun went down we heard a lot more action from the water, some splashes and plops every now and again, I guess from things entering the river from the banks. Sometimes we would see the telltale ring of ripples on the water where ...
... until it was time to leave again...bugger!
Five months of travel - with very slack updating of this blog until I impatiently type up the dregs at home recovering from jetlag - and I'm ripped from paradise, sunburnt, tired and a little homesick. I had no idea when it would end but it felt like it was time.
A last minute booking, as cheap as I could manage without ...