Hotel Samara Pacific Lodge
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Love hugs and girly kisses,
I might not be floating much for a few hours.....
the flyin' dandelion
Woke up at 5 and went down to find locals had stolen eggs from one of the nests for money which was really sad. Heard howler monkeys in the morning who live in the forest next to us. Had to do clean the pathway with machetes and a shovel and then had breakfast. Had my shift 8-10 in the hatchery and then chilled to then have lunch. We then went straight to the river where we had to pick up food and supplies and take ...
... to the sound of howler monkeys, and Tanya’s alarm,
we were determined to see the sunrise. We got dressed quickly then walked down
to the beach. It was stunning. We walked the beach as the sun rose, passing only
the occasional dog walker, beach comber, and yogi. I collected a handful of
shells and coral, the tide was going out so there were many shells on the
beach. Once the sun was fully risen we headed back ...
... good pics.
In the afternoon we took a short boat ride for a tour of the town. It was very interesting to learn about the history of the park and how a lot of the area was used for logging until it was discovered that turtles came to lay eggs on the beach there. A conservation group was established to help protect the turtles and now most of the 1300 locals are employed in the tourism industry. This is seen as a positive thing as it brings money to the economy too.
... and stylish helmets down to Rio Blanco. It took about 20 seconds and one rapid for us to have the time of our lives (this was Amanda's favorite part of our day). We got to ride along the river for about 45 minutes - we didn't want it to end! Then it was time for lunch. We had delicious rice and beans with plantain chips and amazing natural fruit punch.
Next up waste canopy tour, aka zip lining, it was a blast. We did about 8 lines and the guys ...