The Expedition Team lead by Justin Friend has prepared us for what promises to be a great adventure, but always with safety in mind. We have listened dutifully to their directions as we are slicked down with sunscreen and bug spray, and have bottled water, cameras and good walking shoes. They warn you ahead of time that it will be hot with little shade and the walk through the park will take about 2 ½ hours. We were on the 2nd Zodiac before 8:00 am but it was already very warm and well on its way to hot. We met our Park Ranger guide, Donnie, and were soon on our way down the path in search of these giant lizards.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
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