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... instant noodles for dinner that night in the hostel to compensate. I had chosen a hostel at the edge of town, a bit away from the tourist crowds, which was situated beside a pretty little river. After running a few errants in town and informing myself about the cost of renting a bicycle for the next day I retired to the hostel early where I spend the rest of the evening trying to sort out a few things for later on, a rafting trip later this week and a cruise to the Galapagos ...
... Tonight we went to the Baldi Hot Springs which was more like a resort/spa than my idea of natural springs. I'm picturing watering hole. Nope. They also had water slides but they didn't hurt your back like the ones at Noah's ark! They were so fast too! The hot springs were really nice. It was so relaxing! They were hottest at the top and then got cooler as you went down so you got to find your perfect temperature! And there were mini ...
... 8211; I missed all the last buses so had to stay in the port town, where out of the blue got a message from Sony – a Mexican Couchsurfer I had stayed with 6 months ago. By complete coincidence she happened to be staying in this EXACT port town that I was in by accident– Fate aye!
Spent the next day together, getting up at 4.45am (this is getting silly now) to visit Manuel Antonio national park which was ridiculously touristic but really beautiful and was good ...
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and if you think this one is cool watch this one of a Red-Capped Manakin bird’s
courtship dance…the women in the video may be more fun to watch than the bird… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI_quJRR Gxk
The Maleku culture is very interesting and I am happy to
support their eco-tourism business. Although it was their business it was clear
they were happy to share their culture with others. ...
... down the river.
A riverside break with a snack of pineapple and watermelon enjoyed in the really warm sun.
Soon it was all over. Towels were provided along with plastic bags for our wet clothes so that we could change in ...