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... through forests and jungle and past beaches. We stopping a couple of times along the way for a swim at one of the beaches and to take photos of wild toucans that Sal spotted as we were riding along. The following day we took the bikes out again and rode to the Jaguar Rescue Centre (no jaguars currently unfortunately), where we took a tour of the centre, spotting sloths (only one disappointingly), monkeys, an ant-eater, toucans, snakes, and several ...
... was ok! Next one, again not high, bit longer was fine! Over a slippery bridge. Another couple of lines. All fine! Then they wanted us to drop about 15/20m to the ground. I couldn't do it! Free fall down to the ground. Was too scared of stepping off the platform. The man hadn't told me that actually I didn't need to do that bit at all and that it was optional. So I stood for a while working myself up! And then got scared for the next zip line which was rather ...
... a cheaper place the previous night but we had gone a bit mad buying metres of shots not entirely sure they would have wanted us back. Some cane sugar alcohol which seems to have completely restored my voice so not entirely negative! Today we have transferred high up into the mountains to a place called Monteverde. It took 2 hours to do 44kms as the roads are not paved but the landscape is very dramatic. Tomorrow morning we are doing a ...
... Swing, Ziplining or Superman to see them, you may have to push play a few times - there are also a number of pics attached below - seemed like there was too many good ones not to share some of them). The nice thing about the canopy zipline is you really got a sense of the vastness of this place. On one of the ziplines, hawks were soaring nearby and you felt like one of them with the bird's eye view before you.
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... in food each day, which equates to between 6,000 and 12,000 calories per
day. About 70% of this food comes in the form of liquefied sugar and the rest
from insect protein.
A hummingbird's diet consists of nectar, sap and insects. If insects are
available, a hummingbird may eat hundreds of them in one day, they may even raid