March 4: San Blas, Isla Iguana
The jeep that was supposed to arrive at 5.30am at Luna's Castle Hostel, and actually it did at 6.30am... Quick stop at grocery along the way and then about 2hrs of a curvy rollercoaster drive to Carti that killed the stomach of all passengers. From there where we took a lancha to go to Isla Iguana. $80 for transportation r/t and $25 per night in a dorm- cabana with 3 meals included. We are 6 in our cabana, probably 20 max on the island, fun mixed international group. The island is the typical white sand, palm trees and blue water paradise, it's pretty small, 193 palm trees, about 350 steps to walk around it - some of the guests don't know what else to do- in short: less than an acre; it's surrounded by other 364 sister islands, which you can see in the distance and at the horizon. Snorkeling is good but the current is strong. I saw a huge hairy crab. Meals are either chicken and rice or lobster and rice... yes, just as if they are comparable! Nice chats about travels around the world before going to bed.
10/22/2013 08:49:26 am
Such a nice blog, I created an account here too.
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