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... expertise we were able to spot tarantulas, toucans, numerous small birds and insects, swallow tailed kites, innumerable plants and insects, and the true highlight, three howler monkeys! The monkeys, also known as Congo, are the animals we are painting on the shirts at CASEM. So amazing to see them in real life! After three hours at the preserve, we hightailed it in to town to Bar Amigo to watch the Costa Rica v Uruguay World Cup game... Which Paul called one of his ...
... and were not being ripped off.
At the waterfall park, we paid our $10 entry fee and walked down 532 steps through rainforest to the base of the waterfall. It was very spectacular and very powerful 70m drop. David clambered across the large boulders at the edge of the pool to go in for a dip, and a refreshing swim it was too - the water was a cool 23c. The water was so strong that David kept getting pushed to the shore ...
... with where we are living. While the whole area is most commonly referred to as "Monteverde," the main commercial center is a town called Santa Elena. Monteverde was actually founded by Alabama Quakers who were protesting the Korean War draft and hoping to find a fertile area to dairy farm in 1951. In the late 1960s scientists began to work with leaders in the Quaker community in hopes of preserving the surrounding virgin cloud forests to ...
A 3:30am start saw us catch the first bus out of town enroute to the border. Costa Rica was definitely different to what we had expected and very well set up for tourists coming and going. There were definitely some interesting things to see and adventurous activities to do which made our time here quite enjoyable. Next stop, Nicaragua. ...
... into the jungle below. It was like something out of a Lucy episode. There I was naked
as a howler trying to get rid of the excess bubbles...I looked like the
Michelin tire man. Somewhere in that jungle a coati no doubt was wondering why it had bubbles
on its head.
Today's lesson learned: Do not add a travel size bottle of shampoo to a jacuzzi
Bucket list: Replace white water rafting with waterfall rappelling...3 things checked off.