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... were faring in their tents.
I liked riding in the warm rain the first day. Rain gear was pointless in the humidity. We got red mud all over our tires and bikes and legs like true mountain bikers. The birds didn't mind either—yellow-breasted ones and little black ones with scarlet backs zipped back and forth across our road, while a black and white patterned one (perhaps a Black and White Warbler) perched on a twig. From the bike I could ...
... a very slow metabolism because their diet of leaves doesn't provide a lot of energy. Still, they only sleep around 10 hours a day, despite our belief that they do little else.
Back at our lodge Jheudy spotted another unique Costa Rican critter--the red-eyed green ...
... bone claws, constant camouflage and forever smiling! Slothboy. Hmm, got a nice ring to it.
Then finally a scenic boat ride to look for free range sloths but in the light rain none were to be seen, but we did get to see 5 fruit bat brothers when our boat passed under a log, they were about 12cm from my face!!
So that's that and as for the Sanctuary, the guide was extremely knowledgeable and it seemed like a good ...
... extend my stay and I heard a guy talking that was going to Puerto Viejo in the 12:00pm bus and he was ready to check out. So I asked him about it and asked if I could join him and he said ok, so I checked out right then and there. Then another joined us who also wanted to go and the three of us shared a taxi to the bus station, got the tickets ($5415c) and boarded the Bus at about 12:30pm.
The bus trip took about 5 hrs and it was ...
... they do not build nests, but lay a single egg on the top of a stump. While I never heard it, I have read that the potoo's call is very eeiry, like the cry of somebody in danger. The owner of the lodge (Swiss native) said his mother-in-law (a Costa Rican) once told his children a legend about how the potoo would steal away naughty children in the night. As a result, Michelle and Daniel are quite frightened of this benign insectivore.