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The jungle camp is vegetarian so this obviously meant I needed to stock up on meat as the thought of four weeks without it was not good!!! Before heading down to Puerto Jimenez we stopped over in San Jose for the night and headed to fried street for a McDonald's! The following day we headed down to Puerto Jimenez in the Osa peninsula which had to be the hottest place on earth, no exaggeration!! From here we got the collectivo to the jungle ...
... and spot the two sloths that he seems to see so often! Vicky was supposed to come with us but unfortunately wasn't feeling too well :( I set off with quite high hopes as Manuel said he had seen the sloths the day before, and, as you can imagine they don't move very far at any great speed! We headed along the road then cut into the track that goes towards the swamp. About half way along Manuel told me to keep my eyes ...
... We decided to name him Albert, then removed him from the nest for Manuel to release in the morning, hopefully by that time some of the other hatchlings will have made their way up through the sand from the nest.
We got back to camp around midnight where I had a quick shower before bed, it was a really clear night and it was beautiful looking up at all the stars as they shone ...
... whole family calls me basurita. What is nice is his Mom is like my momma in Spain, the more I ate the happier she was... <3 and eating was a perfect way to pass the time in the heat before we could leave to watch the BIG Costa Rica game... The house felt like it was 120 degrees. Kendra was crying and stripped down to her underwear... We are all soaking wet with sweat all the time...I think if I stood for a while in one spot I could create my own swimming pool... Except ...
... but was interesting to watch.
There were two small to medium caimans in the water fishing and we actually got to see both of them catch a fish and munch/crunch it down! Quite a sight to see. While we were being entertained by the caimans, all of a sudden about 15-20 different types of herons and egrets flew out of the manglar heading who knows where. It was a beautiful sight to see.
As we were walking back to the ...