Hotel Playa Bonita
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... and gives us lots of information about Costa Rica and the flora and fauna. And we are lucky, we see a Cayman, sloths, beautiful iridescent blue butterflies, little blue herons, white egrets, howler monkeys, kingfishers and vultures. The boats are low on the water with a canopy and bucket seats, so very comfortable and there is quite a cool breeze on the water. The canal itself is a natural one, widen and dredged to maintain it, set inside a ...
... I guess we are the same attraction for them than they are for us! =) After an exhausting day of strawling through the park and tannning in the sun...I used sunscreen 50 and of cours I got burned!!... we had another of those wonderful blue margaritas in our little bar in Cahuita. Just a perfect ...
... look on a cloudy day, and it would be very otherworldly, but I'm still happy it was clear because of the amazing views we got. Early in the day we came across a clearing where we could see out to Costa Rica's most famous volcano: Volcan Arenal. It was pretty damn spectacular. But little did we know, we were going to find an even more spectacular view later in the day. Around lunch time came back to the ranger station after finishing the longest trail in the ...
drifted through the clearings in the canal. Thrice more, we saw a
different grouping of Howler monkeys, and the Capuchin monkeys were
leaping amongst the great mass of foliage.
``The bananas here are wild, and not
edible for human consumption,`` said Jardin while grabbing a banana
from a nearby tree. He peeled, and broke the fruit into half, and
handed it to us with the black seeds exposed. ``You see those
... children would avoid the draft. They started dairy farming and that is still a big concern today with plenty of good quality dairy animals around as well as the multi-purpose cows we have seen before.
In the morning we went to the Santa Elena Nature Reserve which is a private reserve administered by the local High School. There were a group of Canadian students doing path maintenance. We then went on to do a canopy walk - high up on ...