Caracoles Eco - Lodge
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... was a steal!
On Monday , we were picked up and drove to the Madidi National Park. From there we got a boat down the Yacuma river for two hours to our new hostel on the river. By the time we arrived, it was 4pm so once we were settled, we hopped back in the boat for a trip down the river to see some animals.
We saw loads of Caiman, Pink dolphins, turtles, Capias and Fireflies!! ...
... is shone into their eyes they turn an amazing colour of red. It was an ok experience but seem a little cruel and also, the number of bugs surrounding us took the fun away from it completely!
After a fantastic first day we had high hopes for the second. In the morning we got up to see the sun rise, but it was far too cloudy to see any sort of sunrise. The one strange thing that we did see when sailing there was a large object in the water. Even Toto didnīt know what it ...
... a huge sugar rush and I can see why the children enjoyed the activity so much. Again, it was cool that they sort of "chose" me to be their partner for this activity. It was also cool to learn the final steps of the chocolate-making process that I hadn't seen yet. Once we were finished, Balymar came to get us for our boat trip back to Rurrenabaque. We packed out things, loaded on the small motorized canoe and took the 45-minute, awesome-scenery-filled ride through the jungle ...
... of power nj the sky. t was very impressive and similar to another drug (though much less intense) I have tried called DMT. Both contain the same active ingredient, a molecule called DMT, which is the same chemical released in the human brain when we dream and right before we die. I think knowing that DMT is a much more intense drug made me much more relaxed for this experience. To be honest, I didn't think much about Karen. I don't think it's a ...
... have no idea especially as I was now on a mission to find one myself and just got dizzy and sick looking to no avail. We arrived at the Pampas which was actually just the end of the road and the start of a river and unloaded our bags ready to hop on a boat. As always on these tours it is down to mother nature what you see, and it seems that Mother Nature was being super kind to us as we were stood on the bank waiting to get in the boats there must have been ...