Hotel Casa Roland Golfito
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... of Costa Rica’s flag and now he won’t take it back and is giving me it as a present to remember Costa Rica and its historic victory.
Finally, to explain the title of this blog, something else I have LOVED about this tiny town... (I know... yet another thing I claim to be obsessed with....) is the way people greet eachother. EVERYONE young and old, female and male, on the phone or in person first ask eachother how they are doing and ...
... 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 ...
... a laptop, my Kindle and other 'essentials of daily life’ but there wasn’t time for us to go up there we needed to get going - to beat the tide what was that about I wondered?
The walk to the ranger station is about 2/5ths on the beach and 3/5ths in the forest. The beach is by far and away the toughest part it’s in full sun and if the waves are high you are forced onto the soft sand. I have a new found respect for the French Foreign Legion. ...
... going, which you can check out by looking up Dolphin Quest.
For anyone wanting to go to Costa Rica, Silas and I would love to give you our opinions of the many places we have seen and gone to, or seen and decided it was not our thing for one reason or another. Many amazing places and a few pretty dumpy places we have seen along our way.
Most precious, perhaps, was seeing the 100 children of La Escuela Verde, tempting us to return for ...
... group and continue hiking. We came to a large Fig tree that we had seen before, but this time we decided to climb it! This type of Fig is called a Strangler Fig and it is a parasitoid. This means that the fig tree comes in, overwhelms the tree that existed in the first place and takes it place in the forest (eventually killing it). As you can see from the pictures, the tree appears to be hollow with a tall clear space in the ...