Drake Bay Wilderness Resort
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... and hotels. The path curved into the jungle, across a suspension bridge and more houses, then to a palm tree covered beach. We took in the sights and sounds of the jungle before turning around. At our local beach we were greeted by a galloping white horse, who seemed to be let out during the evening to run free. Paul has been desperate to see a sloth, and would not be leaving Central America without spotting one. On our third day, we took to the paths early and ...
... locales around the globe. We were pleasantly surprised to witness the abundance of fish around Isla del Caņo, and at times we were completely enveloped by multiple massive schools of fish, both large and small. We even lucked out by catching a glimpse of a sting ray, and a (hopefully) harmless reef shark far below. And that was only the first half of the tour!
Our sunburn problems really occurred after a brief refreshment break on the island ...
... must have been doubled-jointed in pretty much every joint she has. Their part of the show loved up to the billing. Because of weather conditions (again??) we're being delayed (again??) into Puntarenas. Only by an hour, but they've only given us an extra 30 minutes at the other end of the day. It's not the USA, so hopefully immigration will be relatively painless and we'll be boarding our coaches promptly. Perhaps it'll be like Curaçao and passports won't even be ...
... and loads of unidentifiable birds.
The trail is fairly easy, except for the last hour or so which requires some clamboring down hill slopes, across a creek and up a steepish incline. But it was because of the rain that made the trail muddy, slippery and more challenging. Beware of the tide for Rio Claro as you may not be able to walk/wade across at high tide. There is an option to take the ...
Could be some pictures as well so stay tuned. Will check and make sure all the MOST important stories have been included in the series.
There may be more stories along the way but we seem to have gotten behind and so must draw this adventure to an end and move on to our next adventure. We spent the remainder of our trip walking around ...