Cabinas El Icaco Tortuguero
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After breakfast the birthday boy decided he'd like to go into the sea. They both had a great time jumping about in the really strong Caribbean waves, whilst Pete acted as lifeguard. They were swimming through the waves as they crashed in and had a wonderful time!
After an afternoon siesta and some dinner, we then met Alonso again for another trip into the rainforest. This time it was on foot, in the dark and squelching through deep ...
... we stopped at a plantation where we learned about this important crop. They're actually not "trees", the trunk is hollow and mostly water. The hanging banana bunches are wrapped in plastic bags to control disease and to prevent birds from eating the fruit. It's a year long operation and very labour intensive. The harvested banana bunches travel along a series of metal pipes with hooks that are pushed by the workers to the plant from where they are shipped for ...
In San Jose. So glad we're not here long . Irene writing - I'm not a city gal. We leave for Torgugero in 20 minutes. BIG fiesta here yesterday in many parks, 3 blocks from us. Thousands of people. It was a Central American fiesta of food, books, music, theatre. The best for me was a magician with an Eco theme. - reduce, reuse, recycle. Internet is easier today, who knows what tomorrow will bring. ...
... to see a Quetzel, a beautiful bird with a mohawk, long tail feathers, and iridescent colors of red and green. It's preferred elevation of 7-8000 feet exceeded our own. Surprisingly this bird is not the national bird of Costa Rica. The locals chose the Clay Colored Robin. Dull, brown, and forgettable, this bird, described as ugly by David, was chosen for its beautiful call. We descended into two other life zones; tropical humid forests and rainforests. As the plant ...
... It was close to midnight, and we all collapsed into bed.
We finished up our time in Tortuguero with a night at a resort off of the main canal and further into the rainforest. This was a fancier place for sure, and the girls' eyes were popping when we got off the boat and they had welcome drinks for us-- just like Fantasy Island! There were beautifully landscaped grounds, a big pool with a waterfall, and all of the buildings and walkways were raised up on stilts. ...