The kids have adopted a 'I must go to sleep' mantra whenever they enter a moving vehicle. In their defense, the car rides have been rough for anyone prone to motion sickness. Kristin bears the brunt of the kids' strategy on the ride to the Black Sheep Inn.
Edmundo, the manager of the Black Sheep Inn, met us at arrival and gave us a tour. He was a big reason why we enjoyed the Inn so much. He helped us every step of the way including with our transportation and excursions. The Inn and property were beautiful. Not too many words are required here - pictures will do.
We did a great hike called 'The Skywalk' which Kristin wrote about extensively. There were several inaccuracies in her account specifically concerning the dog attacks. There were three separate incidents and I was able to stop them all. Admittedly, I had to run a bit to catch up with Kristin and Maeve on the last one and my style may have been unconventional, but it worked and no one was hurt, not even the dogs. The worst thing that happened to us was caused by the flora - some sort of stinging leaf caught Maeve and me while all of us were a little cut up by sawgrass.
We took horses to a cloud forest that was stunning. The horses had a mind of their own. They were competitive with one another and had an astonishing inclination to hug the edge of the cliffs as opposed to trotting along in the middle of a path. On occasion, the ride got a little out of hand. A go-pro camera would have come in handy.