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... the long boat ride back to Drake Bay, I suspected that we had gotten a bit of sunburn, but never suspected how bad it would be. It wasn't until dinner time, when I saw how red and raw my skin had become - it had been years since I had any sunburn at all, let alone this severe. But all I did was look at it like it was a badge of honour, and smiled to myself - no matter how unpleasant those burns were going to feel in the coming days, they were still all worth ...
... when I departed for a short trip to New York and Boston, and had left him behind on my desk, much like a crying child that had been left on a sidewalk in front of school, forgotten to be picked up by his parents at the end of the day ...
It obviously wasn't on purpose, and in fact, I had the best of intentions - having recently traveled with me across the Caucasus on numerous dusty thirty year-old and ...
Esther left and 5 of us went diving/snorkelling. Mel and Ivo snorkelled and rest of us dived. Met Harsha, guy from Croydon really nice guy. He went diving too. Dives off of cano island. Had been told by Jimena loads of life and potential bull sharks and hammerheads. Unfortunately didn't see either however did see dolphins on the way to islands. Really good day only downside was both times u didn't have 3000 psi, second dive ...
... rest. I went down around 6am to queue up with the others, where some American douchebags, celebrated getting the last places like some kind of Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. Like literally high fiving and whooping deliberately in front of the rest of us. Bellends.
But did I care? Nope – The reservation, essentially was just to stay in a lodge at the top, as it was a 2 day hike. No big deal – I’d just do the 45km walk in ...
... it was full with three other passengers besides us.
Don't know how he does it but we arrived in Palmar Norte just as the bus was arriving to head to Puerto Jimenez. Got ourselves on the bus. Must note that the bus driver seemed a little surprised to see some "gringos" getting on the bus. We were able to each have a seat to ourselves so we were able to relax and doze a little as we rode along. The ride was pleasant.
Got to Puerto ...