Hotel Playa Bonita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... launch hardware, and as always, spent the day freshening the exterior paint. Today I spotted crews on the cabin verandahs and hull. It never ends to keep the ship in good condition. The Zuiderdam is due for a major refit next year, I understand.
Debbie and Cathie dared each other to take the zip line excursion, so were whisked into the rainforest for their daredevil adventure. It actually went rather well, they reported, though the heat was oppressive ...
... was quite slow but we managed to see some sloths, a baby caiman, iguanas and lots of unique birds. Costa Rica is a lot cooler than the last two places we visited. Our tiny little boat was built for comfort but thankfully it didn't upend us in the waterways! Ted and I had to keep reminding ourselves that we had to search for the animals, as they weren't going to just jump out at us like on Disneyland's jungle cruise.
After this, we drove for over an hour ...
... br> We did see one sloth on the way to the park, but I couldn't get a could picture. When we arrived to the park, the rain became a downpour! What do you expect in a rainforest?! So the animals were hunkered down and we did not see any monkeys. The only wildlife we saw was a BIG spider and a very wet butterfly! The foliage was amazing. After the tram ride we had lunch at the visitors center.
We arrived back at the ship for the last 2 days at sea, on our way back to Fort ...
... all this effort we decided to have some daiquiris and ceviche which was by far not as good as the one we had in Fortuna. But well the daiquiris were amazing!! And in the evening we would have a wonderful blue margarita in our little bar in Cahuita! Another perfect ...
Hiya all. We have now left Panama and crossed over to Costa Rica. The border crossing was an absolute nightmare. We had to unload all the bags off into a room in absolute straight lines so a sniffer dog could access them all. Amazing how guilty you can be made to feel even when you are totally innocent. Then back locker loaded it was time to queue to get the passports stamped. After queueing for over 2 hours we got to the windows and the ...