Snake Charming, Piranha Fishing & Mick Dundee
Rurrenabaque, Jose Ballivian, Bolivia
Next morning we woke up early and set off straight after breakfast. We were heading out to an island to hunt for anacondas. Whilst on the way there the boat bottomed out a couple of times and we had to get out and push, it was alright though as we were given wellies, well it wasn't alright because my wellies had holes in so my feet got soaked anyway. We finally got to the island, with athletes foot probably soaking in, and there was already a group who had found one. We took a few snaps of it and set off further down the river where we saw howler monkeys, more birds and a sloth climbing a branch at its humorously slow speed. We then headed back for a decent lunch before heading back out for some piranha fishing. First we had to catch our own bait with bread which I was s*** at but when I got out there doing the really thing I was on fire. Well I caught two but I, along with the tour guide was the only person who caught any. I made sure everyone knew about this, including at dinner when I made everyone say grace and thank me for the dinner. The piranha was soo nice by the way. Me and Dice then spent the rest of the evening winding up an absolutely huge camen that was lurking around our camp until a really nice sunset started to appear. The remaining evening was spent chilling round the table chatting s*** with the rest of the group.