Hopkins Bay Resort
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... and relaxed there for a bit. It was beautiful but the water was very cold. After this we headed back up to a clearing where we enjoyed our triple decker sandwiches! We then re grouped with the rest of our tour and we all headed to the river with our tubes ready for a cruise down river. The river was very lazy, however there were some cool rapids to keep us flowing. Overall we had a great day out but unfortunately we didn't spot any jaguars or any wildlife for that. ...
... of the howler monkeys and I'll never forget it. I don't know how many times I've said on this trip so far, "man, my mom would love this"! The next best thing will be showing her the video's and pics on our return. "Mawee" is a bit of a animal freak, so this zoo would have been right up her alley. Or as she would likely put it, "what a turn on", LOL!
This trip was planned so similarly to our first I kept thinking ...
... to be shipped home
Picked up at 8am Tuesday by Santos, our guide for our trip to the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Preserve.
Too late in the day to see any birds, jaguars or other wildlife but we did do a nice 3K trek ...
... and bars are on either end with some local spots within walking distance.
We found our cottage without too much difficulty, threw our bags in and set off to find lunch somewhere close by on the beach, find some provisions and home to settle in. ...
... eaten. We told Paul immediately and we check round the cage for signs of a break in but couldn't mind any gaps. Paul thinks it must have been a raccoon or something similar. After that unfortunate news, lunch was brilliant as I also had a cake made by another volunteer, Rachel from New Zealand. It even had 22 candles. Banana cake with a layer or caramel and banana icing on top, it was great! After stuffing out faces it was time for my afternoon shift whiff ...