Rancho Armadillo Estate
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- You are the top of a mountain, so the view of the surrounding mountains is breathtaking.
... to purchase photos so that they can make sure to have a photographer ready at the 2nd zip line cable. It was only $10 so we agreed to have our photos taken. After the 4th line i'm finally getting use to it! It was so cool to see monkeys in the trees. Definitely something out of the ordinary! As I start to get the hang of it, our tour guide tells us that we should try to go upside down. At this point I am totally freaking out. He was nice enough to help me set up and sure enough, ...
... pong got pretty boring for people to watch after a while so I suggested we play flip cup which is more of a team game. I've only ever played it once in Nicaragua but it's pretty fun. My team also won last time and once again, champions! I was very happy. After this I think Taylor realised that she was now pretty drunk so she headed home. Everyone kind of dwindled off after this so I headed home too. Then randomly at 4am I woke up and then 5 minutes later it started pouring down ...
... all in the mix. The sort of option that when talked about, my hosts in Nicaragua told me to be prepared for the bus not to exist, and my cab driver just gave me a "good luck" smirk. It was certainly the road less travelled. But I made it safely to paradise, found some friends from Framce to enjoy it with and the happy hour specials were bottomless:
One of my primary sources of sustenance while on the island was ...
Day 26: Back on the deep and search and recovery today! We did our briefing in the morning and I borrowed Martin's computer/watch, I think it's kind of expensive so I have to try and not break it, lose it, make it malfunction in anyway with my special Sarah Technology Skills. First up was deep and we are going to 40m today, which is the furthest you can go recreationally. If you want to get an idea of how deep that is just over the height of the Grand Central Station in New ...