Hotel Caribbean Coconut
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... we stopped for the night.
We made very slow progress our first two days. We started late to wait for the morning rain to let up, we sat out downpours under bus shelters, or we prolonged our grocery or restaurant stops to wait for the rain to abate. By early afternoon on our second day, the rain was so heavy and misty that visibility was seriously limited. We had to call it a day and find a hotel room after going only 26 km.
The third ...
... unmistakable signs of climate change, as the sea level has been rising here, causing erosion that knocks over the trees along the shore.
We reached Cahuita point 5 kilometers later and had a refreshing dip in the warm Caribbean waters. About half the group walked back to town, while those of us who had enjoyed all the humidity we could stand for one day ...
... stay more than an hour. Super dehydrated we stopped for some water and a juice which was totally overpriced (more than some dinners we had) but helped us feel better... plus was right by the sea so at least we had a nice view! Rehydrated we headed to the National Park. We were a little late so couldn't see it all but what we did see was nice. We had some ceviche for dinner and a cocktail (guaro y coca) then headed to bed.
... was terrified when we got on our horses, but eventually I got the hang of it. Mum, Kieran, two other girls and I went, along with our guide. We rode on a trail in the woods, on the beach, and on the road. The horse that I rode was named Alaska. I am going to wrap this blog entry up, we are going to go to Cahuita now.
... pretty antsy to go swimming, so that is exactly what we did. We didn't stay very long though because the rain was heading towards us and the wind picked up.
Saturday night was much like Friday in that we made some dinner and began drinking, however Mackenzie and myself decided to test out the local bar. We met a few locals, enjoyed some Cuba Libres, and gave our dancing skills a shot, and before ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking