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... there was a small gathering in the street, we went to see what was happening. It was a sloth crawling across the road trying to find a new tree. After a while of it having it's photo taken and aimlessly wandering, a local picked it up by the neck to take it to the nearest tree. We had a few drinks then wandered back to hour ...
... from town and Greg rented a surf board for $5 for an hour. I sat on the beach and watched Greg try and try again to ride a wave. He got up twice which I thought was impressive for only doing it 2/3 other times. Afterwards we left and I was still getting stomach pains. We got a large chicken margarita pizza to go. I had a slice of pizza and fell back to sleep again for a few hours. I finally got the urge to get out of bed and wanted to walk to the bakery next door with ...
... of the resident 2 fingered sloths, Taz and Johnny Depp. The 2 fingered is lighter in color and has long arms and legs and a pig nose. Some might say not as cute, you be the judge. They mostly eat unripe mangoes so they have huge teeth. Their claws are made of bone, their backs can rotate 180 and their necks 270 degrees, which makes them amazing climbers and lovers. Then we met another 2-fing (as we were calling them by this time) who had a ...
... to be Costa Rica--even the food was not the same, with more spice and different flavors. Given the overall uniformity of Costa Rican food, that was a welcome change. After a few days relaxing at Suizo Loco, we left feeling refreshed and ready for more adventures.
One addendum: We saw a Greater Potoo perched on the roof of the Suiza Lodge. This is an extraordinary nocturnal bird related to nightjars and ...
... English, with a Caribe dialect. In our 5 months of travelling, we were mostly immersed in the Mestizo culture--mixture of indigenous and Spanish (white), so we were excited to see a demographic shift. Thatīs the beauty of Latin America, and especially in Central America, where many people see the entire region as uniform...itīs amazing to observe the huge variations and nuances of each country, and develop an understanding solely possible through experience.