The beaches down there were amazing - the water such a beautiful blue, and a refreshing temperature - not too cold or too warm.
|This picture does not do it justice (sorry for my creepy toes that snuck into the picture)|
|the local outdoor market|
|Pineapple! I don't know about you but I didn't know that's what it looked like!|
|after tasting some fresh cocoa|
|Looking at this picture I realize how small Sean's horse is...|
The living down there is nothing short of amazing and eye-opening - driving in the truck (which by the way is a whole another adventure in itself) and seeing these bright little cottages with people enjoying their Sunday, children running out to wave past our vehicle whizzing by, and dancing to our blaring local music. Seeing how other cultures live makes you realize how lucky we are and how different places can be. Sean was nice and gave away his hat to a local boy, and mind blew off during the drive. We saw so many stray dogs, horses, cows, chickens, even pigs!
|Yes that's a horse and chickens chilling in the front yard|
|I don't think this was our tour company but it looked just like this one!|
All-in-all it was a great trip, but great to be with the pups at home (with plumbing problems and all!! - our kitchen sink started draining into my shower last night - got that fixed, but gross!). Hopefully my tan doesn't fade too fast, and I can't wait for our next adventure!