Crocodile Bay Resort
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... tours I couldn’t do – whilst still not being able to afford a beer – this being over a week now…. Yes, figuratively I can ‘afford’ one, but I am actually quite sensible with my cash – and it’s the only reason, ive stayed out nearly double the amount of time than I originally thought. I know when my flights are, I know the things I want to do the most, I don’t like or want to be any debt, so some things have to give.
... This property is right up against the manglar and we could hear the woodpeckers sounding off but we could not see any of them. We did get to see a young barred hawk that was calling out and carrying on. It sounded like there were two of them in different places on the property but we were able to see only one of them. It was quite amusing to listen and watch as he would flap his wings and appear to be trying to fly ...
We were up and on the water by 6:00 a.m. and were going to go over to the manglar beyond Playa Preciosa while we had the tide in our favor. The high tide was at 7:30 so we figured this was allow us enough time to not have to push ourselves too hard!
There were not many boats moving about so it was easy moving past the pier. When we got to the Crocodile Bay walkway we were able to limbo underneath with no ...
After a lovely dinner with great company, I slept very well! However, my good sleep was abruptly stopped by another 5:00 AM wake up call to make the 6:00 AM boat out of Puerto Jimenez. We made it just in time (after a sugary breakfast at the Panderia), and spent another hour and a half on the boat.
When we reached Golfito, we were talked into doing a colectivo type van (which was just like a glorified mini ...
... more crocks, slithering into the water from the land. I also saw plenty of tree branches, but much closer, and head on!
On our way back, we stopped at a volcanic sand beach and had a snack. The guide brought fresh coconut, pineapple, and watermelon to cut up! He also went and got fresh pipas from the beach. They are like coconuts, but smaller and much sweeter. We drank from them and then ate the meat. ...