Paying $ 70 per person, I had a high expectation on this excursion and was quite disappointed.
We first met at the Monster Truck office, waited half an hour before we could get on the truck.
Two trucks went together. It took almost an hour to get to the first destination – a “garden” where the guide showed us some plants. We spent 45 minutes there and at the end, we were served some papaya and coconuts and were invited to offer some donations.
Then we headed to a local school. The guide shared with us some history and then students all left the school and we were allowed to go inside the classroom to take a look. At the end, we were invited again to offer some donations to the school.
Next we were served lunch in a sheltered area. The food was like those you could find at the food court. It’s NOT all you could eat! After the first round, everything was gone except some beans. A small tin and passed around and we were invited to offer some tips.
Then we stayed there for 45 minutes. It was in fact a beautiful river. But no one got into the water.
On our way back, we were taken to a rum beer store. We were invited to do some shopping at the store.
I would say the excursion is worth $ 35 per person, at most!
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