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... up really liking it by the end. The last part was a giant rope we had to rappel down, but it went so fast it felt like the Tower of Terror in Disney! SO amazing! I luckily only saw 2 butterflies and only screamed once when Rene scared a stick bug into jumping off of a tree right at me. Jeff was there and I pinched and twisted the back of his shirt trying to hide behind him.
At the end of our tour it started to downpour. We could ...
... saw crocodiles and their babies on mud flats hugging the roots of mangrove swamps. Crocs would slide down the muddy river bank into the water. We were able to get very close to them and even hear them hissing. - saw various birds, reptiles and mammals in the dry deciduous forest/mangrove swamp: variegated squirrel, giant green iguanas (measuring five feet), crocodiles, Passerini's Cherrie's Tanager, Great Kiskadee, bare-throated tiger heron, wood stork, brown pelican, ...
... Bocas del Toro islands. We had we felt "done"
island lifestyle for a while (that does
sound very blasť doesn’t it?) and the place sounded on reading up on it a bit
too touristy for us. So we didn’t catch the ferry over from Puerto Amirante
even though we ran into an American couple there from Wyoming in an overland
vehicle at the ferry terminal who planned to go over. But they had a friend
over there who had offered free beds. Lucky guys.
... wasn’t exactly sure that it was a quake. While on the beach waiting for the turtle – there were two more quakes which we did not feel at all. We stopped on the way back from the beach on a bridge to look for crocodiles below when there was another quake – this one I did feel but Luis did not. Costa Rica had a very big earthquake here about two to three weeks before we arrived. Playa Samara was the epicenter which I didn’t know until we ...