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... main house.
And we wake up on the second day to howler monkeys....howling. Apparently they howled all night and Amanda didnt sleep. We pop out for a look at first light and discover they were so loud because they were in the tree right beside our house. We watch for the next hour and the photo comp entrants look for the perfect shot. Entered are, well, everyone except me......who has a 7 inch tablet as a camera, Amanda....whose iphone has finally died, and Paolo.....who ...
... in our semi-retirement but I feel super good about the foundation I've been fortunate to acquire!
But as summer turned to late fall, we were more than happy to get our butts back to Costa Rica! We had an amazing non stop direct flight on WestJet from Toronto to Liberia. Best flight ever! With 700 pounds of checked luggage (a better choice for us than shipping our household belongings), and our dog Bella, we arrived in Liberia at noon on October ...
... be ok with 15Kg's each, however, it 15lbs each, we're now looking at what we can throw away, size restrictions are fairly tight as well so we could have a bit of a problem. Breakfast, followed by a hobble to the jungle river, didn't go quite as well as planned as it needed a bit of mountaineering to actually get to the river. The beaten track went from bad to worse so we decided to give up and went back to the main beach for a dip. As its our last full day in CR we've made the most ...
... one should call 911, presumably before your right arm convulses uncontrollably (which we know from Saturday nights in Oxford calling a cab is not easy with a convulsing right arm). Apparently a light plane will land on the grass runway at the warden station and airlift you to a place that has the anti venom, then with a bit of luck you will get through it without limb loss or worse. We walk on in the primary rainforest with trousers rolled down and tucked into our socks ...
... I just couldn’t find the tree I was meant to be observing) and took the volunteers on a massive 4 hour hike instead. I returned to find that Mark was sick again (turns out he has worms now, possibly from the water that we drink so maybe I'll have them too, or possibly from handling the dead animals and not washing his hands after) and so I had to go and do his trail too, so ended up walking forever and twice up Red Hill ...