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Today we visited Puerto Limón, a large port city on the Caribbean Sea coast of eastern Costa Rica. One of the city’s first major port users was the United Fruit Company, now known as Chiquita Banana. United Fruit built many of the railroad tracks across the country, but sadly most have fallen into disrepair due to earthquakes and hurricanes and a lack of funds to repair them. The city does still have ...
No alarm clock or phone wake up call from Reception.. instead we were awaken by
Howler Monkeys (sounds like someone chopping wood). Early breakfast and off we went for our 2nd Boat Ride cruising the Canal searching for the wildlife animals. At times we felt like we're cruising the Amazon River.. so peaceful and tranquil.. ...
... the mountains in the cooler climate. Once we got settled we went to an amazing restaurant in town called The Treehouse. It was literally built around an incredibly old tree amongst its branches. As we sat in our little tree house we decided we better message Hanneke and Huib and tell them the bad but very funny news that they were now in fact carrying around someone else's lock. As we logged onto Facebook Hanneka happened to be online so we started chatting ...
... was masked by the sound of the boat
We were back near the dock just before
our schedule. We stopped by at a local supermarket to get some
precious Costa Rican coffee. Freedom, our guide from Javac Tours,
knew where to drive to avoid the afternoon traffic. He used to live
in New York and serves in the US Army. He is married to a local girl
and now considers Costa Rica his home. He also made sure, that we
got the ...
... back for our dinner(it gets dark very quickly about 6). Then suddenly Johnny started waving and motioning us back along the beach. At first I thought he was worried about the ominous black clouds overhead, but then one of the Guardians (local people paid to keep watch over the turtles) waved us over to where the hatchlings were emerging from the nest. Well this is a sight I shall never forget! Over 100 of these little creatures ...