Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp
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... business plan. Everyday he serves a different freshly-caught local fish either cooked in banana leaves, blackened in a taco or in a vegetable pasta. He only serves soft drinks or fruit smoothies (banana, papaya and pineapple) or you can add rum to the above (he does not need a liquor license as the rum is classified as an ingredient) or you can bring your own booze. With just four tables, Curt keeps his overhead low. But with this all, Gringo Curts is ...
... crossed the border from Panama into Costa Rican waters. I'm looking forward to my trip along rope bridges high up in the jungle canopy tomorrow. According to the Captain, it was only 27c at midday. It seemed a lot hotter, but perhaps it's because today has been the calmest of all our sea days and there's no break from the sunshine. The Royal Cunard Singers & Dancers are being made to work hard. Last night they served up 'Vanity Fayre'. Tonight it's been Variety ...
... potato and onion, and vegetables big enough for 2, or even 3 people. I have to say when Jim and I shared the fish platter it was one of the most delicious meals we have ever eaten. Perhaps that is why his strategy of providing quality instead of lots of choice is so successful.
Eventually it was time to move on, so back on the boat, taxi, bus and bus to reach Golfito, on the Golfo Dulce or Sweet Bay.
The recent history of Golfito is ...
... was this breathtaking panoramic view of Jaco beach and her black sand shores. We were fortunate enough to capture a rare picture of two Macaws in mid-flight. The majestic scene was the icing on the cake. After a few group photos, we decided to press on.
It seems so surreal to be surrounded by so much beauty, a living paradise and yet here we are to help those whose lives are anything but paradise. Rather, for many ...
... sun will roast you!
Afterwards we parked the boat at San Josesita beach on the main land, which is considered the best beach in the area. There was a private property.. apparently owned by Mel gibson's friend. Breyner said up to 50 m from the coastline anywhere in Costa Rica is open to everyone. Like you can just camp out and use the beach for free. I though that was neat. Then we saw some scarlett macaus, which are just gorgeous! ...