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 ...
There is a trail you can do, which is outside of Corcovado National Park, therefore not requiring the services of a guide. This is the trail to Rio (river) Claro, and then if you continue on, you will eventually reach the hostel "Jungla del Jaguar". It is estimated to be a 6 hour hike one way to "Jungla del Jaguar" from Drake town, but you don't have to go all the way, you can turn around when ever you ...
... didgeridoos, their mandolins, their bansuris, and what have you, and start jamming. We were in the centre of many very unique and amazing jams. At one point we were jamming in a drum circle, at 3am, around a huge bonfire,when we spotted what looked like an awfully close asteroid (it turned out to just be a floating lantern) and a sudden thought hit me: if I die right now, I die playing maracas in a drum circle, around a bonfire, in Costa Rica...... Not bad. Not bad at all.
... there was a lovely little restaurant just outside the gate run by a Tico lady called Elsa.
We ate there the first 3 nights but we knew that she would be closed on the 4th night so we had talked about having a meal at lunch time that day and just a snack at night. But we needn't have worried as on the third night Elsa said that as she was closed on our last night we had to go to her house across the road from the restaurant for a meal. She did prepare a huge meal ...