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Eine Lodge auf zwanzig Stelzen im Regenwald. Keine Glasscheiben nur Gaze. Jedoch in der Nacht keine Abkühlung. Immer mal wieder Affen die in den Bäumen klettern.
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Frühmorgens um 6 Uhr wurden wir im Hotel abgeholt und begaben uns mit einem Kleinbus Richtung Nationalpark. Unterwegs durchkreuzten wir den Nationalpark Braulio Carrillo mit toller Sicht auf Berge, Vulkane und Vegetation (vor allem Wald). Danach passierten wir verschiedene Plantagen von Bananen, Papayas und Ananas. Kurz bevor wir an der …
Thursday, 21st January 2016
Torteguero is a typical rain forest village set around the river. It rains! It is warm rain, but it drenches down. This morning we are off into the rain forest for a walk, as its rained most of the night and the river levels have risen dramatically we are putting on rather fetching Wellington boots of the …
Our final stop in Costa Rica in is the Caribbean town of Tortuguero, a national park in the north west of the country that can only accessed by boat or plane. After leaving San Gerardo de dota we had an overnight stop at Turrialba which is a small town with its own active Volcano. We just chilled for the few hours in the afternoon and watched the …
... though was to be able to get much closer to the wildlife as we were in a silent canoe. One such creature was a female adult spectacled caiman who was lying out of the water. Their defence is to stay still, so if you are quiet and don't make sudden movements, you can get very close. We were close enough to touch her, which was such a treat! We also saw baby caiman lying in the floating vegetation.
At one point, Alonso pointed out some ...
... neighbours perished. Two years later, the government re-built the village a few kilometres from the landslide that took many of the original buildings.
The people, the "Ticos", gentle, welcoming, friendly...
The food...fresh fish, rice and beans for breakfast, refreshing fruit juices (passion fruit, peach, pineapple, mango, guava...), succulent fruits, fresh salads with heart of Palm and cafe con leche (coffee with milk)
Visits to a coffee and a ...