Cahuita National Park Hotel
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Our days in Costa Rica were humid; even when it wasn’t raining, I dripped sweat, and my clothes were as wet as if it were raining. My skin felt entirely permeable, as if it were no border between me and the wet air. It’s a feeling you can get used to, but I didn’t like that our clothes couldn’t dry overnight so we had to put on wet clothes in the morning. And after a couple of days, Dan’s shoes had to remain ...
... a very slow metabolism because their diet of leaves doesn't provide a lot of energy. Still, they only sleep around 10 hours a day, despite our belief that they do little else.
Back at our lodge Jheudy spotted another unique Costa Rican critter--the red-eyed green ...
... bone claws, constant camouflage and forever smiling! Slothboy. Hmm, got a nice ring to it.
Then finally a scenic boat ride to look for free range sloths but in the light rain none were to be seen, but we did get to see 5 fruit bat brothers when our boat passed under a log, they were about 12cm from my face!!
So that's that and as for the Sanctuary, the guide was extremely knowledgeable and it seemed like a good ...
... very special I had not eaten since I left Colombia, "granadillas!" I ate one and it was ok but not great... be the idea that I actually saw and ate one was great.
Got to Manzanillo and I looked around, not much to speak of from what I saw, but it is supposed to be "quiet" and ideal for "relaxing." I went looking for the hostel I had seen on ...
... to remember equivalents and from there you can estimate. Here they are:
Celcius = Fahrenheit
10 = 50
20 = 68
30 = 86
So, if someone tells you it's, say, 26 degrees celcius, you can estimate that it's about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. You're welcome.
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