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... to get around, so after we made our way from San Jose by bus (finally seeing a huge sloth with baby just hanging from the flimsiest, highest branch in a really tall tree) we were packed into a boat and taken to our 'resort' hotel where we had a quick lunch before being taken to the nearby Tortuguero town to check it out. The town was relatively rundown but apparently prospering with the steady tourist trade. ...
... you can guess who of us didn't know, and it might not be the one growing up next to the ocean but maybe the one growing up in a land-locked country)... We later found out that the tidal range is about 0.5 m (or about 1.5 ft), so not really noticeable...
The turtle conservatory was very informative. Apparently it is the main remaining nesting place in ...
... down the one street of Tortugero and along the beach. Went on two kayaking tours and saw spider monkeys, howler monkeys and white faced capuchins, toucans, sloths, little crocodiles, turtles, iguanas, and a million other kinds of birds I can remember the names of! We also experienced a serious rain forest downpour and got soaked through on one of our morning boat rides. We took a water taxi to ...
... where every thing is on walking distance. Our lodge was located on the river side and from here we could walked to beach, national park entrance, all restaurants in the village, main boating dock etc. For that day we planned 2 main activities.
We took a canal tour which is a must do activity in Tortuguero. The village has a network of canals and rivers that run through the forest. The boar ...
... we could call her Auntie if we liked), it was a bargain at only ten dollars a personn. We got a private room with a double and single bed, cable TV, a basic breakfast, endless cups of coffee and most importantly, towels. Any backpacker will tell you this is a real treat. We explored the village ( this didn't take long) and stocked up on supplies. We were both a little ill that evening so we chilled out that evening with some comfort food, catching up on a ...
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