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... wise). So our last night, we splashed out on an air conditioned room elsewhere and lived it up before our trip back to San Josť. Unfortunately the shuttle back had only two seats, so I took the normal bus back, but it turns out that is was only a bit behind the girls and we could have a nice "mall lunch" when I arrived. I hoped that the Caribbean sunshine and warm waters of Costa Rica would make for a perfect end to the girls' trip, but I still have faith that they had a good time. ...
... These are hard to find because they are nocturnal. We also saw some poison-dart frogs (indigenous people used the poison from these frogs to coat the tips of their weapons).
Next morning we took off for our Cahuita Jungle walk. The heat and humidity here are pretty impressive after the relatively cool, dry weather we had in the mountains--and this is ...
... it was hard to tell I saw no dog food cans. It seems like a business and one of the carers seemed more like a nanny than a vet. But hopefully they are looking after them properly as well as cashing in on their exceptional cuteness, cause they really are awesome creatures.
Thats all we have time for in Costa Rica but tune in next week for Panama, featuring such adventures as, The Bridge Crossing! and Day of the 3 Buses! Adios
... aren't all that great. Today we had to catch a bus, a boat and then 2 more buses just to get to Puerto Viejo. It was a long day so arriving there after dark we were keen to just find a hostel and so food and get some sleep. Amazingly we lucked out on both fronts finding both an amazing hostel ...
... 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.