Cabinas El Icaco Tortuguero
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Back to the hotel for some sun and pool time then a walk (again at a turtle pace) through the national park checking out more animals. Bugs, birds and spiders mostly. One sloth, but needed binoculars for him. Frankly I'm just not that into birds, bugs and spiders as everyone else seems to be, or they are faking it like I am. Would much rather have spent the time chilling at the pool, but I felt the need to conform lol. I did enjoy the walking on the ...
... It was amazing being so close to the turtles, and good to know they're being protected as when the French man in my group began some secret filming from his camera which had a little red light on it, the guide almost ripped his head of and did actually rip the camera out of his hand and shouted was he deaf or something, he'd said no cameras and no lights. Hence, I have no photos of the experience, but I have a brain and a memory, so no worries. The next morning I awoke at ...
... breath -- so we don't disturb the animals and they would hide from us. It was really nice. It felt more real than what we did at the Disney Jungle Cruise where you see animals but you know their mechanical or not real.. this time.. it's the real thing!
... tired. The rain had stopped and the moon was peaking out from behind the clouds. We all continually scanned the beach and the surf hoping to see something emerging. As we started to head back towards town, the guide got a phone call and we heard her speak in Spanish that no, we hadn't seen anything. It just wasn't our night. When we got back we talked about our disappointment, but also about how amazing and beautiful it was to be out there, and that we were glad we had given it ...
... ability to scamper across the surface of the water. They can run as much as a couple meters before they sink. We also saw some amazing birds, including the rare sun grebe and black-throated trogon.
A Cayman (small crocodile) poked his head up out of the water briefly, just as ...