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Travel Blogs from Tambor
... Makes you put on your big girl pants and say, "If they can do it,
so can I". The waterfall is beautiful once you get to it. I'm fairly
sure we were at the third cascade and if we had followed the stream, we
would have ended up at the second drop. It was beautiful and fun to
watch everyone. I jumped twice.
I thought 7 full
days here would be enough but I found that I didn't get to do nearly ...
... ducked around and in to the holy grail of foodstuff. What a racket. While I watched silently in ore of this crazy and clever critter, the closest Americans jumped up and shooed it away and out of the bin. Apparently they were more familiar and less fond of the creature then me.
Then there were the little black and white skunks that scooted across the decking while Murray and I were sharing a chocolate one night, apparently they could smell it and the little creature ...
... and typical teenagers with ear buds hanging out of their ears, it was hard to image them taking anything. But Gina has been living here for 3 months and we used good travel caution the whole time and had no mishaps.
Sunrise from the ferry was phenomenal but all in all it was a quiet ride. Everyone crowded together at the front of the boat on our arrival in Paquera. The ferry area is very rustic and tropical and until we got dock side it looked like we were landing on ...
... were only interested in the sachets of sugar and would swoop down from the trees above, snatch a sachet from one of the tables and return to a tree where they would tear the sachet apart to get at the sugar, spraying the people below with sugar and torn paper sachets.
We had another lovely day on the beach. Our idyllic spot of the previous day had already been taken by some Americans which miffed us a little. At lunchtime we adjourned ...
... swarming." I get up and take a peak outside. The wall is practically covered in ants marching in organized columns, exploring every nook and cranny of the wall, trying to find their way into the house. The ones I saw inside the bedroom were just a few scouts. I go find Christos, the property manager who lives close by. He explains that the ants swarm like these occasionally. If they find food then we’re in trouble but if they assess that ...