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... hostel, oh yeah, the hostel is just across the road and shower before dinner. But this is about the only good thing going for this place. This hostel is easily the worst we have been in facilities wise. The kitchen is poorly equipped and dirty, there's nowhere to just chill out and there's so many puddles and water drains, there are mozzies and bugs everywhere. Leesh and I do have a room to ourselves as no one else had checked into this dorm, despite ...
... leaves. They have to eat a lot of leaves, so they don’t have a lot of extra energy. That’s why they move so slowly. The only time they go down to the forest floor is once a week, to go potty.
Rayner also told us about an interesting symbiotic relationship between sloths and a species of moth. The moths live in the sloth’s fur on their back. Then when the sloth goes potty, the moths lay their eggs in the sloth’s droppings.
... cool setting, although we couldn’t really see much of the ocean, just the waves crashing on the beach. I decided to try the fish with coconut sauce, but it tasted a little too weird for me.
During dinner we had our nightly briefing, where Rayner told us what we would be doing the next day and how to prepare (i.e. what type of clothes to wear, whether we need sunscreen/bug spray, etc). It was nice to not have to worry about any of that for ourselves.
By the time ...
... Rick and I have
seen more of their country than they have.
Most Costa Ricans never travel more than 50 miles from home. It is a shame as they have such an amazingly
Well we are on our way out this morning at 8:30 to go on a 2
hour hike in Cahuita National Park and then go snorkeling for another 2.5 hours
in the crystal clear Caribbean!!!!
... outdated. The upholstered furniture in the lounge was something that I might have found in my great-grandmother’s house. Everything was damp. The staff, mostly Israelis, was with few exceptions, unfriendly. They roamed around like zombies, a particularly striking contrast to the normally super-friendly, effervescent Costa Ricans. In the lobby, I could hear the dogs from the pet hotel barking like crazy. Throughout the ...