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... care of. We had to drive for almost two hours to the Pacific coast and then get on a boat for another half hour to reach the island (super frustrated I can't remember its name). We were in a small group of 9, our tour leaders were super-friendly ex-pats from the states, and what may have been the coolest dog to ever live graced us with his presence. All the indicators of a good time were there and it was virtually guaranteed when every cloud melted away to reveal ...
... signs offering freshly picked strawberries with cream.
Three minutes short of our destination, the bus came to a shuddering halt...it had ran out of diesel. We were going to walk but there was another bus a few minutes behind us and our bags were thrown into it for the final 500 meters or so up to the village of Cerro Punta.
We were booked in at Hotel Cerro Punta, it was more like a motel run by a really sweet ...
... about 8-10 times this season. She’ll do this every two to three years, taking a trip to Canada in the meanwhile. The little turtles are on their own from the time of their hatching in a couple of months’ time, and they’ll probably come out on such a night as this, dark and with the ocean’s shushing roar to greet them. I felt awe and gratitude to have had the chance to see this ritual play out.
The next morning, I did two SCUBA dives. I saw ...
... down to go to the bathroom. (He did go to the hospital, and had a bit of a rough time, but is now recovering and things are looking good so far). And that was only the beginning. The second night, Rocky our beloved kinkajou (honey bear) was feeling sick, going to the bathroom everywhere and basically having a huge temper tantrum, screeching and shaking his cage. Judith was visibly upset about this, so I did some detective work, and lo and behold, a ...
... slightly more picky about who they take from town, as they want to charge the maximum fare to the top of the mountain. I don't go that far so they don't want my fare as often and tell me I can't get on the bus!
However the buses are also so considerate up at the top o the mountain loop. On our way back from a hike we got on a bus and the driver stops at houses just to check if anyone needs a ride or is waiting on their porch, as ...