Hotel Condovac la Costa
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... a large, high branch and we quietly observed it for a while as we learned about its natural history. Unfortunately,these birds are often poached; people working in plantations have found their nests and can sell them on the black market for $500 per bird. Once these birds travel to a distributor, they can be worth $1,000 or more easily. This trade is illegal in Costa Rica, however there is a great demand for these birds as pets and some countries still allow their export. Many have ...
It feels good to be coming on today knowing I only have to write one entry!
As we came off the plane we could feel that nice blast of warm air, not too hot but just right. We got through security fine and waited 4 hours to be picked up by our shuttle. As it hit 2:30 a car pulled up, I said to Laura imagine if we got picked up in a car, and then he approached us and said Laura? I couldn't believe it, he said we were the only 2 who had booked so there was ...
... location on the Pacific Fault Line, with their Caribbean coast only a few hours drive from the Pacific. Large powers have intervened in local politics to gain control of a possible shipping route across the ithsmus. Nothing has been built to date but now the Chinese have entered this arena. Their people are "terco" as they define themselves. Tough, proud, and not necessarily welcoming -- first off. Few have emigrated ...
... re going bungee jumping (!!!). They are lucky we weren't.
On the river, Luis explains all the commands while our boat is hanging off the rock... LEFT FORWARD, RIGHT BACK, DUCK, JUMP OUT! Whaaat?! Who is listening?? LET ME OUT!!!
But as soon as we get going, we are soaked and... we are the happiest people in the world! Not being able to contain our excitement, we laugh and scream and paddle paddle paddle! Luis ...
... Tragically it buried the nearby small villages of Pueblo Nuevo, San Luís and Tabacón however it sparked off interest in the area and ever since tourists have been flocking here to see the lava flows and enjoy the other bonuses of having a nearby volcano. Cerro Arenal was actually until very recently one of most active volcanoes in the world, with activity virtually every day until ...