Heliconia Island Bed & Breakfast
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Het is nog geen 7 uur, maar we worden al gewekt door de minstens 400 verschillende vogelsoorten die op het Heliconia eiland wonen. Zo veel en hard dat het wel nep lijkt. Vandaag wordt het ontbijt tussen 7 en 8 geserveerd door Henk himself. Tijdens het ontbijt hebben we een geweldig uitzicht op de tuin en het water. We zien eekhoorns waarvan er 1 …
... a hand held one that can also be hung on the sidewall for a horizontal shower spray. Finally, there is the toilet room with a heavy latched wooden door and two stained glass windows that let the outside light in. That’s the bathroom. The main living room is just as awe-inspiring. It has a white canopy king bed with crisp and soft linen sheets, heavy blankets, and pillows like the clouds of heaven. The cathedral ceiling is supported by exposed timbers and ...
... leafs from the sides of the crown and they should not come out and the crown should not fall off!! Once you buy a pineapple refrigerate ....otherwise it is fermenting....not ripening! Guide also mentions you can put an apple in a bag with an avocado that you want to ripen - the ethylene gas given off will ripen the avocado more quickly. Got to try that!
Saw beautiful fields of pineapple (they spray with ethylene gas at night to ...
... problem that makes the fruit unsafe to eat. I tried cutting the pineapple how they do it with a big knife and it is so much more difficult than they make it look! They also occasionally test the chlorine content of the water to ensure it is high enough to do its job. The fruit moves along through the water and then selectors remove fruit that is too small, too green, too yellow, has a wonky crown and so on. There are a surprising amount of possible ...
... guy at the bus station who worked at the nearest hostel Shangri La. It was reasonable and had all we needed for 2 nights, so we booked in. The town seemed friendly, laid back, and reminded us of Hopkins in Belize, but with a few more restaurants and tour operators. It was nice to be back on the Caribbean side, the first time since Utila in Honduras. The following morning, we set out to explore Cahuita and north to Playa Negra. We walked through the town and headed north ...