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... had a population of 1,000. We will never know. Obviously, our tour director's priority was lunch. We saw little of Uvita and none of nearby Ojochal. I had corresponded with a couple who owned a furniture store in Uvita but we never even saw that. What we did see was tropical rain forest that literally came down to the beach.
Playa Uvita is part of Playa Ballene (Whale) Marine National Park. Uvita and Ojochal were ...
... things go and not holding grudges. Others said it meant letting go of pride and accepting apologies. As this blog entry was originally being crafted it was accidentally erased when passing the mobile device to another teammate. How did the author of this blog react? With anger and frustration? Or would the author respond with compassion, understanding and empathy?
How would you react?
Day three. Forgiveness.
... to play in some waterfalls and a tree swing into the water. The swing worked out better for some than others (notably Riley, see photos). Felt great to swim in freshwater – could open your eyes and not have them feel like a million needles poking in! After playing in the falls for a bit, headed back to town to pack up our hot-rod for a trip to Manuel Antonio National Park.
Took just under an hour to drive to Manuel Antonio, ...
... get back just in time to have our time with Jack Ewing, the creator and owner of Hacienda Baru. He came here in 1972 to help manage a large cattle ranch and as beef became less of an export, slowly turned the clear cut ranch land back into rainforest. He explains to us all the obstacles of trying to change the mindset regarding the importance of the rainforest and security of creatures that inhabit it. Hunters with dogs were the biggest threat to begin with, and now that ...
With only 20 minutes left in the three and a half hour tour, our guide blessedly spotted a Hawksbill sea turtle (arguably the prettiest of the five marine turtle species). Initially, Vivian missed it, and my heart sank as the turtle dove under the water, but it popped up again just moments later practically under her nose. Vivian was elated, although she admitted to being a little surprised that it was “so small." ...