Cabinas Jade Mar
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... and shrimps in the river and thousands of spiders of all shapes and sizes. There is a spider which eats shrimps but, disappointingly, I think, we did not spot it that night. Then we saw a snake and finally a Mexican Mouse Opossum which is a lovely little marsupial. There were only the 3 of us in the creek and it must have triggered an echo of some childhood mischief because I felt as though I was being really naughty splashing up and down in my wellies.It was unbelievably hot and ...
... and as the boat had not left they bought tickets. By 3.30 even more had drifted in by taxi and local people arrived with their weekly shopping from Palma Norte. At 4pm a boat arrived but there were too many passengers! So we had to wait until they called up another boat and captain. I could not understand why the first boat could not leave immediately. Perhaps they thought there would be a riot! By 4.30 we filled the boats, some 50 plus people in 2 boats designed to ...
... rain held off until we got there so we didn't have to contend with that as well as the steep rocky pathways, and the vicious winds up near the base camp!
The base camp at Chirripo is a bizarre little place, a hostel if you like, in the glacial valleys of the Talamanca cordillera (i do believe that is the corret spelling). the views are undescribably beautiful.
From here, we set out the next morning before sunrise, with only our headtorches ...
... Kurt had 3 items on the invisible menu: fresh catch of the day, which came with mashed potatoes and grilled veggies, vegetarian pasta, and fish tacos. We shared a plate of catch of the day. The serving was more than enough for 2 people! I thought it was a pretty decent meal, not the best seafood ever like Erik and his then-girlfriend described.
The bay view is so scenic and I'm looking forward to our adventures in Drake Bay!
... instantly. We headed out on an 18 passanger bus but all the seats were taken with the 11 students 2 professors, guide, luggage and all the food for our stay at Campanario. We had to bring the food that we were going to eat for meals at Campanario since it is not close to any towns whatsoever. We stopped after 30 minutes to have a typical Costa Rican meal casado which is "rice and ...