Hotel bungalows SolyLuna los Almendros.
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... right, as the weekend was a public holiday for Semana Santa (Holy Week) the first bus with three seats available was at 3pm, so we spent 6 hours in the blazing heat of this tiny dusty town. Our time was filled by eating an extended second breakfast of the best gallo pinto in a local soda (restaurant), walking a couple of blocks to see some pre-historic stone spheres left dotted around the area by the ancient indigenous people and then getting into a surprisingly ...
... the pharmacy we had visited the day before and he said it was back down beyond Calocita.
So off we head back the direction we had come. Past Calocita and there was a sign for the hotel and Brisas del Mar. Start up the hillside and it was quite a climb. The reviews had mentioned that it was a steep climb and they were not kidding! Walked and walked and then found the turnoff to the restaurant. The sun ...
... creating a great deal of dust. Tons of potholes and the road is narrow and so there are times you have to wait to keep on moving down the road.
The shuttle dropped the first people at Tranquilo Backpackers, then the next at Tropical Pasta
Backpackers and then us at Calocita. They were all fairly close together and once we learned the layout of the town, we felt we were in a pretty good place. We were close to the crossroads heading to Cobano ...
... had to watch for loose rocks and manage not to step into the water as you jumped across the stream! There were a couple of places where had to backtrack because seemed too precarious and did not want to take a chance and take a fall.
We were about half the way up the path to the waterfall when Robert signalled there was something in the tree. Hurried as fast as I could and there was another tamandua (collared anteater) in the tree! ...
Just as we came back to the same area of the creek we were had stopped before startled a tiger heron that flew up above us and sat there for awhile. Headed on back to Luna Llena ready for some brunch. Fixed ourselves some quesadillas with leftover chicken sauteed with onions, garlic and spinach. Quite delicious.
Spent the afternoon working on travel stories. Had to go inside our room after the white-faced capuchins showed up to ...