Travel Blogs from Ballena
... Reef Shark. But not more than one. The second site, "Devils Rock", was visually much more interesting, and we see heaps of schooling fish like jacks, snapper, King Angelfish, Butterfly fish and damselfish. Schools were so large, it was like it was gently raining King Angelfish! Very beautiful! I enjoyed this site a lot more than the first one.
For our surface interval between dives, we take a break on the actual ...
... her lesson on the beach with him drawing a surf board in the sand and then practiced the moves on the sand.
Next they headed out to the water. He showed her what to do and then She tried to repeat it over again. Ellie had a little trouble turning left and right but she managed. Her lesson was only ...
... it. The food there is very fresh and it cooked to perfection. The atmosphere is layed back. They do have live band and karokee night on Friday night.
... about to get eaten by a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Apart from being
slightly treacherous for spoiled Americans used to paved roads, the
jungle road is itself really cool: you get to see huge rainforest plants
up close and little waterfalls dot the road. We also stopped one time
and found a few poisonous tree frogs that were really cute and colorful.
The ramble will end here with a few last observations: we ...
... Ballena. The Sleepy cove butterfly was in the out side shower near the pool.
We also hiked to the end of the 'Whales Tail' which you can see from our deck. It was actually several miles in 90* weather and no shade...heat stroke anyone?? John tried his hand at fly fishing on the rocks at the end of the 'tail'
We have the most amazing ...