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 …
... lunch in the park’s open pavilion restaurant where we had lunch (there are umbrellas everywhere we go but we keep forgetting to take one). It’s raining so hard it sounds like a train or highway traffic or a forest of trees in a wind storm. Three drenching, air-cleansing, symphonic rains. Twenty-four hours. Perfect weather. Costa Rica. We are spending our first two nights at the Peace Lodge. Yep, the “Peace Lodge”. It is perched above the La ...
... looking for birds and animals. Thanks goodness no requirement to wear life jackets and we enjoy the natural air conditioning! The guide has a microphone and between the boat driver and guide we find neat things. My photographer John is up front for the best shots and I take three with my cell phone so I can send them. We see a cherry tanager on a log so I got that...view of the river and of course an iguana or two!
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... sisterhood moment. The stars were out and the music was pumping. However soon after Will got out there were flashlights and people on the beach and we all started freaking out and running around like headless chooks. We thought Will had stolen out clothes because we couldn't find them anywhere, and Roisin was acting like she couldn't remember anything. Then she collapsed ("greened out") and we all started freaking out in our nakedness. It was a frenzy, but Laura ...
... and lots of wildlife too). On the way home, we passed howler monkeys shrieking in the trees and even saw a couple of Toucan - which Robbie was very pleased about.
While we were on our trip, the guide was talking to us about tourism in the region and how the government was trying to promote eco-tourism in the jungle. There were really very little tourists in this area and we knew before arriving that it was off the beaten track due to the difficulty ...