It’s been a couple of days now and Sophie and I have stuck to our plans to head south together. Having a travel buddy adds a different energy to the journey and one that I’m always up for! (Hint-hint to all of the people who say they want to join me. When you want something strong enough… you make it happen. I know you can do it!)
We’re packed up and ready to depart from the Donkey Den and say farewell to the friends we’ve made here.
Another truck, another walk and another bus to get to our next destination.
I know exactly how you feel buddy.
We stopped here in Puerto Lopez for the gateway to visit the Isla de Plata, otherwise known as “The poor mans Galapagos”. I’m going to save the island tour as a completely separate post, simply due to it’s beauty and entertainment value.
A quick view at our new bedroom with a complimentary look at the guilt stricken face on Sophie as she “reconstructs” the ladder that she “disassembled”.
While cooking one morning in the outdoor kitchen, I starting talking with this guy from Argentina that is traveling around selling his jewelry. Of course I donated to his journey as he was eager to design one specifically for me. With the flame sealing the deal, you’ll see this anklet on me for awhile. Oh the days of backpacking at it’s best!
A walk around Puerto Lopez that leads us to the beach!
Instead of shopping our way through town, we decided to eat! Considering most items cost from $0.25 to $2, we thought to buy one of anything that looked interesting and share all of it! Let the taste buds begin! (This was done over a few days).
Sunset brings a great evening before we rest up for our day on the island. Buenos noches!
the sleeping child great photo 🙂
Ah memories of our early Caribbean travels via Windjammer Barefoot Cruises when I came home with woven bracelets and anklets, sealed by flame. I kept them for weeks!