Cascadas Farallas Waterfall Villas
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... We could see right down to the sea and the Nicoya Peninsula whilst the cloud covered highlands towered behind us.
We stopped in Puntarenas to let some people out that were taking the ferry and took the opportunity to stretch our legs. Stepping out of the air conditioned van into the coastal heat, after being in the cool highlands, hit us like a slap in the face. We ran into the relative cool of a bakers and got some ...
... rafting. Unfortunately the truck broke half way there. The lodge owner had to rescue us with his vehicle. It took awhile as he could only transport a few at a time.
After our safety lesson we climbed into a raft that held four, plus the guide. The white water on this portion of the river was rated a two, up to a three. For five miles we paddled our way downstream. Carolyn and I both ...
... with a chorus of birds and the peeking eyes of the morning sun through the jungle as our alarm clock, it's safe to say that I woke with a bang.
Before anyone else was awake, I had a precious few minutes communing with the jungle and finding serenity in its natural complexity. Soon Marlin emerged with a couple large pots of crudely filtered coffee, some freshly cut fruit and some delicious breakfast breads. As the aroma of the coffee filled ...
... did drink plenty of beer though, so nothing has changed in that sense. These days, he is the equivalent of our FIFOs (Fly In Fly Out) in that he works as a topographer in northern Guanacaste and has four days off every 10 days. Don't you love friends with whom you can just pick up from where you left off. And yes, we are talking 25 years of no contact at all.
Anyway, with the radio blasting and ...
... vegetation making quite a bit of noise and signing its heart out. You cross the creek several times during the hike and the water is crystal clear.
At one point we began to hear the sound of a trogan calling and began to search for it. We finally found it and it was one we had not seen before, a female slaty-tailed trogon. This one has a red chest but dull face and throat.
We managed to capture ...