Hotel Playa Bejuco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... why they are a menace to the trees.
A black iguana was in front of us in the middle of the trail. Everybody took pictures and suddenly a bright orange bird flew and landed on a branch to our right. Everybody got excited about the bird and forgot about the iguana. When one of the Taiwanese moved backwards, the iguana was startled, and the three Taiwanese jumped to their feet and screamed. We saw the iguana instantly change its colors. Whether it was ...
... was serene and peaceful, probably because of the lack of fire ants. Josh became king of the caterpillars as one crawled up his arm, lost in the forest. The night came to an end with Dena sharing how God brought her children to her door step, showing how God has a plan and his blessings are all in due time. Looking forward to tomorrow and the blessings God will send us.
... companions had miss-read their boarding passes and was supposed to be across the aisle. This was when I started thinking seriously about travel luck.
Soon we were high above the clouds flying over Cuba, when the thought about luggage came to mind. It would take a miracle for the bags to get unloaded from the Miami flight and be transported to the San Jose’ flight some 30 gates away, in less than 20 minutes. Meanwhile, Jeff ...
... We were right there with them and thanks to Rafael and his scope we spotted a beautiful grasshopper with colors almost as outrageous as the scarlet macaws. We also glimpsed a beautiful green parrot high up in a tree, and white faced monkeys scampered in the trees above us. We really looked hard for a two- or three-toed sloth. We failed to spot one, even though the park is well known to have an abundant population.
The beach was calm with ...
... inserting a straw into the newly-opened cavity. Those who made the purchase sipped contentedly.
The most interesting item, however, was the milky liquid in the used Fresca bottles. Rafael explained that it was a home-made alcoholic drink called coyol wine that is prepared from the sap of a palm tree. The sap is collected and allowed to ferment; the alcohol content can reach as high as 15%. Rafael said ...