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... worth it but I think Raaj got more than he bargained for with some
excessive PDA on the back seat!! I however got talking to the mum and daughter
which was nice but everytime the bus lights would go out she would get really scared
which didn’t help the whole experience for me. It got really dark really quick
but before we knew it, we were there! There was a bit of a race amongst the
backpackers to find accommodation at this peak time but ...
... out of regular rooms when I booked, so we're currently in a double which is perfect for a family. We were greeted with a little leaf message on the bed, then after dinner a bouganvilla heart! So cute. Pinray and I took a stroll by the beach which is steps away from our room, the weather was cool and windy (by my standards, Pinray was warm). I can hear the waves on the beach. I'm going to sleep well tonight.
Fly into jungle
limeade in mouth, waves in ears
... only reason we went to town but Helen is proud of the fact that the small village of Sarteneja is supported by a credit union just as teachers were supported by a desperately-needed credit union which was started by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation more than fifty years ago. Helen also wanted to show Pat the org chart that shows God at the top, next the members, then management, etc. We meet up with Sandra the Nurse who helped us last week and wait ...
... as Nathalie goes out to feed the horses and we dine amid the aroma of fresh horse poop. It’s dark, as usual, when we leave Nathalie’s. We’re keen to get home so Randy can turn on the generator so we can find out what latest disaster awaits Walt and Jessie in Breaking Bad. All too soon, it’s time to turn the generator off for the evening and we again ponder in the dark the significance of the latest drug-infested crime. G’nite! ...
... a river system throughout. The next four hours was filled with wading, swimming, crawling and climbing through the caves, with head lamps, where we reached an archeological site containing numerous clay pots, skulls and skeletons. I felt like Indiana Jones for a few hours!
This tour moves quickly so I am currently in Guatemala and will update again soon.