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... at Puerto Limon, there was not a lot to see, although I noticed there were a lot of properties with razor wire on top! Our bus driver was not in a hurry to get anywhere, but we finally arrived at the Tortuguero National Park.
Our guide Freddy is a lot better than yesterday's guide, as he is a native Costa Rican. One thing that is really obvious about this place is how amazingly green and lush it is. Our first part of the trip was a cruise down the ...
... birds and then a Tamandua, or Anteater, up a tree. Kevin is an amazing guide, very knowledgeable and enthusiastic, one of the best ever!
The next day we took a guided walk in La Selva. It might have proved a disappointment as we had been expecting to be a group of three (Matthias, a young man from Denmark who was also staying at AndreaCristina came with us) but in fact they put us together with a group of six from the US comprising grandparents, parents and ...
... ever. We give Freedom, two thumbs up!
The scenes we witnessed in the Costa
Rican jungle will forever be remembered even if we didn't see the
relatives of Hugo Chavez and Osama Bin Laden (crocodiles) this time
around. We didn't feed the monkeys just like the way they do in
the zoo, or in Disney World. We didn't do the zip lining, or the
canopy jungle ride. There was just not enough time to do all of that
in one day. ...
... was loaded on top of the bus and covered with tarpaulin thankfully having experienced tropical downpours. Then we assaulted the San Jose traffic -ha! Virtually solid to downtown even at that hour. Johnny is a very knowledgable guide and showed we had had no need to have taken a tour yesterday, also, that there is little of merit in the capital city which is home to 75% of the country's 4 million inhabitants. Once out on the Caribbean road ...
... nest of eggs every 15 days or so then goes our to the ocean where there are many males waiting to help her get started with the next round of egg-laying.
After getting back to our resort, we were in bed by 10:30 pm or so.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Between the time we laid down last night, and the time we got up (5:20am) I don’t think the rain and thunder stopped for more than a few minutes. Kim and I didn’t get much sleep, but the ...