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... easily, what a relief!
San Jose was just an overnight stop on our journey to Tortuguero in the north east of C.R. It was also the place to leave our 2 large bags as in order to reach Tortuguero it is necessary to take a boat for a little over an hour to reach the village, and in theory you should not have more than 10 kilos of luggage each. We are well on the way to this with cameras, binoculars and computers, so we had stuffed a change of clothes ...
... br> We did not stay long that night for the free internet at the restaurant. I was tired so Ellie and I went back home and just relaxed and played the game. Then we went to bed and later it started raining again when I decided to take a shower. When I came out chiquitta was crying at the door she came in and came to bed with me again she hogged the heating pad and the ...
... turtle eggs, a baby sea turtle, and an elephant beetle: all preserved in jars. I thought it was pretty neat. I then went for a walk on the beach and found a nice piece of drift wood to park my butt on and took some time to take in the scenery. Later this evening, John and I are going on a sea turtle night tour ($20 each), in hopes of seeing some of these turtles lay some eggs. I'm ...
... have been protective of them as they then started throwing things at us from the trees!!
The afternoon was spent on a boat trip through the small canals and waterways of the Tortuguero national park which was just so beautiful and peaceful and the highlight of which was seeing an absolutely huge Boa Constrictor! The guide thought it was probably 3-4 m long!!
After more cocktails in the pool with new found friends, dinner and the bar beckoned!
... I was going to get, but not so fast... five minutes down the trail we ran in to a group of white-faced monkeys. These guys have no fear of people and in fact they know you probably have some food. But these guys weren't too interested in us as the last people through had left some discarded mango peels.
We continued making our way through the park and as we had been walking for a couple of hours we were ...
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