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... and cut her hand, used her toes as brakes on a moped and I've fallen down a rock! What we like! We finally made it back to San Juan and stopped for lunch at a beach bar, although it was actually 4pm now! After lunch we went back to the hostel and chilled out before going to bed, I am shattered!
Today's Budget - 1038!
Accommodation - 328
Breakfast - 100
Petrol - 30
Candles - 10
Parking - 10
Ice Lolly - 10
... and I had the pleasure of drinking some. It tasted really sweet and fresh! Ah it was awesome! There were areas wherein you basically crawl on fours, and there are pools of spring water that go up to the waist. Josh and his new friend Vilus made a point to stop and swim in deeper pool areas of the cave, and they had a blast. I swear conquering this cave made me feel like Lara Croft. Too bad there were no more bats, our guide said they just died off. Ah. ...
... to a boat that we had booked together with some other guests at Sea Turtle House - for a snorkelling adventure.
First stop was Pescador Island which had 7 dive boats, lots of fish and nice corals and unfortunately a few stingers (which stung Anne and Sash). Second stop was just off the Moalboal shoreline in about 6m of water, and we saw at least ten different turtles. The turtles were so tame we swam quite close to them. Beautiful clear, warm ...
... a few as I get a tricycle to my hotel, near the southern end of the Boulevard. I get lucky with a room on the 6th floor and a balcony overlooking the ocean. The hotel appears to be the tallest building in town.
I wander around the town, which has a few busy roads crowded mostly with tricycles, though motorbikes are popular too. There don't appear to be traffic lights anywhere here, which makes the busy intersections interesting to watch.
That night I eat at ...
... rooms available so we was sorted. Coral cay turned out to be a complete steal for only £13 a night with a swimming pool, a gym, a nice garden area, pool table and a great beach bar/restaurant which did some great food. By the time we arrived the tide was out and the sun was setting so we had a few drinks and bite to eat in the bar and watched the incredible sun set which reflected the sky on the still water to almost look as though there ...