Hotel Casa Roland Golfito
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... with Bea shouting 'don't stop moving' as we tried to avoid getting stuck! On the way home two spider monkeys came pretty close to us so we stopped to watch them for a while, swinging about the branches they were so graceful and made it look so easy!
Back at camp I went for a shower and after got the biggest fright when I lifted up my towel to discover a big fat tarantula ...
... sister, Veronica, (he has 13 siblings) just finished building a perfect little home that has bright blue, turquoise, purple and pink walls. She has two sweet daughters named Naidelyn and Darling. I love how they say Darling with their accents, she was laughing when I said her name because it sounds SO different. Darling is 13 and Naidelyn is 8. Naidelyn, Rhea Lynn, and I played Simon Says outside which she loved, and I showed her how I do it with my kiddos in ...
... and fared much better. Very hot and humid but managed reasonably well although the trail was very steep on parts.Went for a walk after lunch and had the day's David Attenborough moment when we saw two Toucans - they mate for life and hence are usually seen in pairs, but these two were conducting a very elaborate courtship display. We watched for them for ages, it was beautiful. Apart from the regulation downpour after lunch when we were resting anyway, it remained remarkably ...
... out until the pre dawn light appeared. We see the sunrise over the ocean and the beach is beautiful in the new light. We stop for breakfast about 7am and Roger cuts some big leaves down for our plates and chops up salad and we have tuna sandwiches. A Coati comes running along the beach with its nose sniffing wildly, it must have got the whiff of tuna but we chase it and it runs off. its an unusual brekky but it serves ...
... on. Checked to make sure everything was seated correctly and once again a very professional job.
Several people have expressed interest in our story of going to the dentist in Puerto Jimenez. We find the town to be a pleasant place to explore while having the work done especially staying at Cabinas Jimenez and using the kayaks! We also can suggest Captain Mark Corn's nice new place, Cabinas-Tropicales.