Casa Eukaria B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We awoke to a cloudy Costa Rican jungle sky- it was obvious a major storm was blowing in. So I guess it was a good morning to pack up our little jungle suite, bid adios to the evil non-existent monkeys, and head back north for our early flight tomorrow morning.
The drive back up the Pacific coastal highway led us by several picturesque and …
... for us to shut up, for her neighbor to shut up, and she proceeded to throw her socks at us, and again at her neighbor. Hooray for agitation and combative behaviors...and we're taking her to a volcanic springs tomorrow! We'll see how it goes.
I spent most of my day today running back and forth between pairs of students, helping and guiding through evaluations and potential plans of care. Needless ...
... while riding backward to send them back in the shoot.
The atmosphere was great and we ate meat on a stick amidst CR music, cheers from the crowd and a torrential downpour. I enjoyed the experience, although I have to say - not quite as good as a North American rodeo. :) Unfortunately the weather didn't really allow for us to explore the festival more so we headed to Charlie's bar for another bocas (chifrija) to round out the ...
... up so we got a private tour! In true "Pura Vida" fashion, Jorge said we are on no time schedule. So we began by meeting and feeding all the Toucans. What beautiful creatures, up close and in person.
From the toucans we visited the two sloths, during the day they can been seen sleeping. We arrived just in time for dinner, so Mulan was enjoying a little nosh, while taking the time to strike a pose for the camera.
... much including..... A whip scorpion which Tracey placed on Del's face to show it was harmless. Trap door spiders that make a hole in the bank and lterally hide behind a concealed door waiting to feel vibrations of insects walking near the door. Tracey opened the door and the spider came and closed it again, it was brilliant to see! They were everywhere on the bank and unless we'd been on the tour we would never have suspected it. A web casting spider which is the only ...