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... Leesh has hit a wall bad so an early night should do us good before a long day in the sun planned tomorrow. Best moment: being able to laugh and make do with what we were faced with today. Not a lot of couples can do this together so I definitely appreciate this. Worst moment: realising how **** the hostel is and how **** the "greatest" tacos were Banana moment: having to shower in the boys bathroom as there was no hot water in the girls... Naughty naughty!! ...
... when he came back to the van, he told us that the road to the hiking trail was closed. He said it had been closed two weeks ago, the last time he was here (guiding the same two week trip we’re on now). Then it was closed because the tide was really high, and there were really big waves crashing onto the road. Apparently the waves had been so strong that they had washed out part of the road.
So our plans changed. Rayner said we would hike along the road ...
... both the total birds seen, and my life birds (i.e. birds I’ve never seen before). And I’m only counting birds seen in the wild (i.e. the ones in cages at Toucan Ranch don’t count). But we did see a few wild birds at the ranch today. I’m also only counting birds that I see well enough that I can tell from the picture in my bird book that it’s what I saw.
Daily bird count = 4
Life bird count = 3
Trip bird count = 4
Trip life bird count = ...
... cat they have is a Margay which was asleep.
The highlight were the baby sloths especially after the one died on the electricity lines earlier in the week. The babies are so cute (still ugly, but cute). Sloths are really sensitive and prone to dying of shock so there’s absolutely no touching them. Whilst we were there a German TV crew was filming so we got to see a couple of them in action. The 2 toed varieties ...
... G played through the speakers. There was no high chair, and Ivy kept wiggling out of my lap. She refused to eat the gluten-dairy free food we could finally provide her. There were only 3 other couples staying in the hotel, but we were inexplicably housed sequentially right next to each other, even though there were at least 5 separate buildings of rooms. When the curtain in our bedroom fell off and the only solution offered by ...