Hotel Cocal & Casino
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... day. Jayson drove on all different types of terrain and there were lots of bumps, hills, and sharp turns along the way. He first took us to a nearby beach called Hermosa and then it was up in the mountains through some villages. Along the way we stopped at a small waterfall and we watched monkeys jumping around the trees. We also saw a toucan, parrots, and other birds with large wingspans. We were supposed to go to a Tilapia farm to catch ...
... Laura heard a noise off to our left. Looked around and it was a collared anteater or tamandua! He was up in a tree in plain sight and seemed intent on eating the termites or ants that were in the nest. Did not seem to even notice that we were around. Using his very long claws on his front paws would tear into the nest and then using his very long tongue, lick out the ...
After spending the morning and eating lunch, we went into town to the Supermarcado to get a few things to take home with us, like coffee. Pete drove Tim's van, which was quite a treat! In case you're wondering, "No Hay Passo" means "do not enter." Now Pete knows as well. We just had to point that out to him a couple times ;-). It's become a bit of a war cry. We purposely took part of the afternoon off to play with the kids. What a treat!! They are ...
... back to bed around 1 am, so I never ended up giving her one last hug and goodbye. I guess it was for good because I absolutely loved my time with her and just all the laughs we had together, that it probably would have been hard to say goodbye and be teary about it in person. At least, with our caught up text messages, we could say all we wanted to say without tears.
We ended up FaceTime-ing for a while. It was good to catch up on the ...
... didn't have the telephoto lens with their cameras.
It was still early after we finished our river jungle cruise and everybody wanted more. We all agreed to take a hike at the nearby Caracoles National Park. The Caracoles National Park charges US$10.00 per person or the equivalent in Costa Rican currency.
Luis took us to the trail that he is most familiar with and is not crowded with tourists. A few feet down the trail, he got excited. "There's a ...