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 ...
... you a little push and you're off. It was amazing to come out if the trees and just be over the whole valley. I can't describe how awesome it was besides just saying it was awesome. The feeling was just so surreal. There was an option to do a tarzan swing, which meant dropping 90 ft straight down, but I didn't go. That was so not happening. Anyways, it was amazing. After ...
... thick gooey chocolate which he puts into a blender with hot milk and sugar and blends up some very delicious hot chocolate which we all enjoy. It takes longer to make the hardened chocolate (adds 30% sugar and bakes for 36 hours) but we get to sample some he has already made and compare it to Trader Joe's chocolate! All of his chocolate goes into his wife's truffles....which of course we sample as we leave!!
Back to our hotel ....and ...
... landings on either end.....basically just a dirt path down to the water. No dock, no marina, nothing. The boat ride had fabulous scenery though! So we hopped in the new van with ad river who couldn't speak a word of English, but luckily I could understand enough Spanish to communicate with him. I have heard a lot about the poor Costa Rica roads and how you shouldn't rent a car, and on this section of the trip I understood why. The roads ...
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