Published: February 23rd 2011February 17th 2011
Dneskajsie rano vyzeralo ovela lepsie ako vcerajsie a tak sme sa vybrali do narodneho parku, teda chceli sme. Majitel nasho hostela nam poradil aby sme vynechali narodny park a radsej isli juzne od neho, kde je to ovela krajsie. Rozhodli sme sa posluchnut jeho radu, odviezli sa do este mensej dedinky Cucao a zamierili na juh. Cucao lezi na zapadnej strane ostrova a tato cast je vystavena vsetkym vetrom a burkam, ktore sa sem zenu cez Pacifik. Cele pobrezie bolo lemovane malymi pokrivenymi stromami, asi maju tazky zivot, ale vyzeralo to nadherne. Cely ostrov bol krasne zeleny, plny pasucich sa koni, krav a oviec. Za cely den sme videli viac ludi jazdit na konoch ako soferovat auto. Zasli sme na plaz na ktorej ziju tulene, velmi sme stastie nemali, bol tam len jeden a aj to v dialke. Na ostrove neboli ziadne turisticke cesty ani znacky, to nam velmi neulahcilo cestu na dalsiu plaz kde sme chceli kempovat. Nasa namaha vsak bola odmenena a nakoniec sme mali celu plaz len pre seba. Vecer sme si urobili ohen a len tak sedeli a pozerali na ocean.
Todays morning looked much better than yesterdays so we went to that national park,
well we wanted. The owner of our hostel adviced us to go south of it, saying that it is much better part of the island. We decided to believe him, took a bus to even smaller village of Cucao and from there headed south. Cucao lies on a western side of the island and this part faces all the wind and storms coming from Pacific. Whole shore was lined with small twisted trees, it has to be hard for them but they looked great. Whole island was green, full of horses, cows and sheeps. We saw more people riding horses than driving car. Later we went to a beach where seals live, we werent very lucky, we saw just one in a great distance. There were no touristic routes or marking here, so it didnt help us to find our way to a beach where we wanted to camp that night. Out effort was rewarded and in the end we had whole beach just for us. In the evening we made a fire nad just sat and watched tha ocean.
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