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... br> Out of every 1000 that reach the water, only 1 turtle is expected to ever return to lay at the beach, the rest never make it to adulthood. A lot of the hatchlings never make it to the water in the wild, either due to predation or they don't have the strength to cross the sand, but the work Frontier does helps maximise the numbers that make it to the sea. It was really amazing to see all the miniature turtles making their ...
The bus from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez seemed to take forever (in reality it was only 8 1/2 hours). Luckily it was the most luxurious and quietest bus we have been on so far!
Once in Puerto Jimenez, Rachel showed us to the Frontier house where we are staying the night before getting the morning collectivio into the rainforest. We dropped our bags off, then went to the local supermarket to stock up ...
... at Parrot Bay and then moved back to Cabinas Jimenez for the last part of the vacation and did more kayaking and enjoying the wonderful trips into the manglar!
The trip ended on a pleasant note and we were able to get ourselves safely back home in time to start refitting ourselves for the trip to Africa and Europe less than six weeks away!
... eat. Ordered crab sushi and gorgonzola pizza and figured we would have some to take with us on the kayak trip in the morning. No such luck, we ate it all along with our fine wine and gin and tonics.
Bernardo the taxi man came to pick us up and deliver us back to Cabinas Jiminez. He was the one who first brought us to Cabinas Jimenez and we got his phone number because it is still a little iffy for Laura to be walking around at night with her cast.
... Dacnises and a Rufous Motmot. A pair of Baird’s Trogans and a lineated woodpecker were in the garden when I got back. (There was a guide to the birds of Costa Rica at the lodge).
After breakfast we headed out for a long walk up to near the border with P.N. Corcovado and saw some Chestnut Billed Toucans, some more Scarlet Macaws and (just about through all the foliage) a Mantled Howler Monkey on the way. We didn’t spot any tapirs, unfortunately, but ...