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... Jiménez was a nice town to relax for a few days, which we spent wandering about, admiring the local beach mainly. The only issue was the INCREDIBLE heat here. We were told it was 34C/93F and it is the sort of humidity where you feel rivulets of perspiration constantly running down your body. You just couldn't cool down. At the beach, it was as if someone had a huge hairdryer turned on so even the gentle breezes were hot. We are now ...
... public busses. You can take a look at what we did, try to make it even cheaper or add some luxuries, whatever your trip budget allows.
Transport: CRC 29 377 ($55) avg CRC 1129 ($ 2.11) per day
Food (shopping): CRC 71 850 ($135) avg CRC 2763 ($5.20) per day
Accomodation: CRC 146 886 ($276) avg CRC 5321 ($10) per day
LIKES: The fauna and flora was amazing, beautiful jungles and unusual animals, the birds and the frogs were my ...
... in and out and near it. The tide was turning and so we were having to push ourselves up into the tree roots to try to stay in place to watch the birds and the nest.
Decided we needed to leave and tied a piece of blue ribbon around a tree so we could find this place the next day. Stopped at Playa Preciosa on the way back and walked over to the other ...
... minimal electricity, kitchen/dining area with no walls under the open plan dorm) and is part of a site that takes up 60 hectacres of rainforrest directly alongside Corcovado National Parl, which itself was once billed by National Geographic as "the most biologically diverse place on earth." Basically a Canadian couple turned up over ten years ago, liked the place, bought a pile of land and built a house/life. A few years later they opened it up to ...
... over the infinity edge you could see the ocean way down below.
Another driver took us to Shady Lane down the hill and little closer to Carate. We walked down the lane and saw very few birds. But we did see the 4th monkey found in Costa Rica, the Squirret Monkey. We watched them moving through the canopy. They are the smallest monkeys here and the cutest in my opinion. We walked further back the lane ...
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