Almendros y Corales
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... an hour of lugging our big bags around we still hadn't found anything and we were getting desperate. Thankfully Cooly eventually found us somewhere that wasn't even open yet! Steve and I were the first ever guests at the hostel, which was very basic but was 5 metres from the ocean! We were shattered from the stressful day however it was New Years so we ventured out to a bar. The night contained fire dancers, fireworks and a bonfire ...
... Con was limited, relying only on the air to enter the bus via the open windows while we were moving, however the bus only cost us around $3 so we couldn't complain. The hostel was really nice with a pool and decking that went In to sea. Later in the evening we decided to had a few drinks and head into town a night out for Jaydes birthday. The drinks were pretty cheap and very strong, safe to say there was a few sore heads the next ...
... and lunch in a soda near bus stop.
We then had a bit of pool time in the late afternoon, although a bit cold for me.
In evening we headed to aLazy Mon, a big bar/restaurant near hotel for a burger meal. It wasnt the best meal ever and I had to complain to the waitress which is really rare for me; however the manager rectified things to my satisfaction.
We went to a few ...
... On the ground we saw a tropical colored frog, large spiders, a couple sleeping birds and bullet ants, which are about an inch and a half long and have a sting as painful as a scorpion. We also saw leaf cutter ants at work. It was a productive hike but also fun to be hiking in the jungle at night! This place is so different than Tortuguero, but we love it as much in a different way. Another wonderful day in paradise. And more awaits ...
... To experience the power of nature and standing up to it.
The 5th day was an outing to Punta Uva..... Ranked as one of the world's top beaches with turquoise green water and where you can occasionally spot iguanas and monkeys nearby in the forest. It was the perfect spot to wade in the water, practice using my new camera and some yoga poses:)
On my last day, Stephanie gave me a 2.5 hr thai yoga session....incredible. It was definitely ...