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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... to get me back. We decided to take a swim, water so warm, but was still nice to get wet as so sweaty. Them decided to check out turtle place 30 minutes back to see if they had water. Seriously lacking energy but looks like walking back. Crossed river again by canoe and guy said needed to get moving as gets dark at 5.15 and we still had 2.5 hours to go. So carried on walking, next thing heavens opened and it hammered it ...
For the walk, I recommend wearing good shoes, take a raincoat, water, snacks/lunch, hat, sunscreen, camera, a smile and a sense of adventure! We returned just under the 12 hour mark, but we did have a decent lunch stop of an hour and some breaks during the walk. It is a beautiful trail, changing from forest to beach landscapes frequently which make the hike interesting and fun. Enjoy!
... setting around beautiful beaches and headlands is so spectacular, size is unimportant. After 5 hours walking (albeit very slowly) and without breakfast, (to ensure an early start), we were completely exhausted only managing to eat brunch before collapsing on the bed for a siesta.
Another night we were sitting having a peaceful drink on Anita's long wooden verandah, part of the original building on the site, the Teak House. Suddenly it started to vibrate, ...
... muddy right now and fast flowing. It appears there is no
shortage of water here.
Our next stop was along a cliff overlooking the Pacific. What scenic country.
Lots of surfing locations along the way.
The trip took longer than expected due to a major bicycle race that shared the
narrow highway with us. It was entertaining to watch at first as the bicyclists
would dart in and out of the autos sometimes even using the ...
... Kind of like playing Where's Waldo in the rainforest. We saw spider monkeys, ant eaters, tapirs (a highlight!), toucan, colorful birds and butterflies, harleyqueen beetle, American alligator, and a ton of exotic plants of all sizes.
On the boat ride back to Drake Bay, we saw a pod of white spotted dolphins in the ocean!
The whole experience was so neat! Getting to see so many diverse animals in ...