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... else in Costa Rica. Along the trail we see all different types of birds and about a dozen monkeys including some babies playing in the trees. Following the walk I'm now on my own with Jose to do the sky tram. Rae and Michael are ziplining. The sky tram is like cable cars and the line is so long and high, you lose sight of it into the clouds. The ride is nice and smooth until we reach the peak and the wind picks up and we rock back and forth. We reach the platform at ...
... dark. It was then clear to see how magical Costa Rica’s rain forests actually are. Our guide picked up, what looked to be just a normal log when looked at with a torch, but with complete darkness the bacteria on the log would start to glow blue. With the fireflies flitting around as well it looked like we were in a fantasy. We managed to find a couple of animals lurking in the darkness including a family of armadillos. Oliver ...
... sufficient weight behind him and came flying in testing the brake man's skills.
Later in the afternoon we took a walk on the Ficus trail, a free walk to see some very unusual trees. It was a steep walk up a dirt road before taking a path into a forest overlooking the town. The trees were very cool and almost looked man made for a movie set. It was like they were 'hugging trees' that were left standing after the host tree ...
... a single cloud in the cloud forest. Your guide should carry a single telescope and be an expert at spotting rare birds hidden in the dense rainforest. This should include both a female and male quetzal (male with the extra impressive long feathers sticking out of the tail section). He should then lead you through the first generation forest pointing out other birds, interesting trees and waterfalls. The trees include a ficus tree, that grows from the ...
... This eatery serves incredible tacos, burritos and guacamole and has the best food in Montevrde...mayb even the world! (We actually ate here about five times in four days!)
When the daily afernoon downpour started we hung out at Qutzal Lodge drinking rum, playing scrabble, sharing travel stories and photos and overall delighting in each others company.
The next morning we headed to the Monteverde Cloud Forest ...