Hotel Ritmo Tropical
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... for viewing a multitude of wildlife and
flora and wow what an incredible view of the ocean. I enjoyed walking
the road in the late afternoon. The drive to the casita is mild
compared to others in Costa Rica and the road up was in great condition.
I would highly recommend this place to my family and friends.
Everything and ...
... br> Lots of people from everywhere......France, Canada, Montana, Thailand, Germany, Ireland, Europe etc ......
The internet sometimes is really slow but is mostly available everywhere.
Bethany and Luke come January 22nd and will have to find us in Cabuya.
Kai is playing with the Costa Ricans and learning spanish......he has down "no comprendo".
Chow for now,
Hannah & Dad
... and elsewhere. Needless to say some of us, including me, were freaking out. Naturally, I had already put on my deet bug spray but these discoveries had pretty bad timing. I double checked my bed before tucking myself in so that no invaders could infiltrate my boundaries of bedding. I managed to fall asleep eventually.
The next day we spent the morning learning about plants from the experts Miguel and ...
... our own bungalow with kitchen etc, a pool, and awesome lounge with unlimited surf films. Best of all it was set back in the forest so we had many geckos, zebra lizards, iguanas, etc who were residents and troops of both howler monkeys, and capuchin monkeys passing through! There's also plenty of vultures circling above. - you don't want to fall asleep in the sun by the pool in case they think you're dinner! (+ you would burn!) Also we found a ...
... rocking chair, next to my head, as I rocked and read my book! There are a few photos of him in the pics attached. He had lovely goggly eyes :)
We've seen larger lizards too, who seem very sleepy and slow until they suddenly start legging it like a lizard version of Usain Bolt. They are often running up a tree or chasing some lunch. Apparently you do see/hear them falling out of trees - they live up in trees and sometimes choose branches that simply cannot support their ...