As I’m writing this, I’m sitting at a bar with my sore ass legs, drinking a cuba libre with ice, smelling that Marijuana and feeling the breeze from a fan. So much has happened in the last 4 days and I don’t know how to make this short. I really had no idea what I was getting myself into when I signed up for this 4 day trek, but I was excited and pumped. My first 30 min of this hike was fine , but after that I was like what the fuck did I get myself into…lol I’m not going to get into my struggles of this hike, but I just need to say that it was strenuous. There were moments that I questioned my ability to finish this to the end, but guess what? I finished it and I feel very proud of myself. While hiking I spent a lot of time alone. Some were ahead of me, Some were behind. I always ended up alone in the middle of it all. But this was good. I enjoyed it this way. I never felt rushed. I stopped and enjoyed the beautiful views, chased butterflies and met some indigenous indians called kogis. Kogis still live through out the jungle. it was fascinating to see them up close and observe them. My guide gave insight on how they live. It was without a doubt the highlight of this trek.