These are some fishernmen we saw on our tour. They work all day on this little boat fishing for bait and shrimp.
Gabe and I in the boat we were riding in with about 20 other people.
We stopped at a "wildlife preserve" and looked at some caymans. This is what the enclosures they live in look like. This one even has a baby in there with her.
You would run around like a chicken too if you lived with a bunch of caymans.
After our boat ride, the guides took us back to town by towing us in a cart pulled by a tractor. We went right up the beach for about 10 miles with the ocean on one side and the coconut groves on the other. they said if the tide had been in we would've had to walk back. That information was not in the tour description.
We stopped on the way back and had lunch at a restraunt and layed out on the beach. Some women came and braided my hair all into rows. I have A LOT of hair and they got this done within about 15 minutes, including putting in beads and flowers.
The finished product:
What my hair looked like when we took the braids out a couple days later:
The pelicans came to see us off as we headed back to our ship.