Hotel Flying Crocodile
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... another bathing suit – the nefarious two piece – when we started doing some serious beach lounging. I brought too many food bars with me from home (fear of starvation) and already left a long sleeve light shirt and a short sleeve crew neck cotton shirt (ok, what was I thinking on that one?) back in Montezuma.
Next topic – coconuts. We were hanging out on the beach in Uvita, under a clutch of coconut trees. Locals ...
... sleeping in a tree near the road so we stopped to take pictures. It wasn't far from the side of the road so we could get a much better look than on our night walk. The sloth also had a baby sleeping on its chest which Gina liked. After our short stop we got on the bikes and started our tour. It was just Gina and I with our guides. The biking was much harder than we thought it would be and made much more challenging as we were out in the heat of the day. ...
... send our love to all of our extended network of family, descendants of Granny and Granddaddy as well as those who voluntarily (and generously!) joined the madness! As we navigate our lives without the physical presence of Mom and Dad, you have offered nothing but comfort, love, support and belonging. Thank you for continuing to be our inspiration and our home.
... 20 minute walk from the town and beach but right on the path the howler monkeys take every day! In the four days that we were there, we saw so many howler monkeys! The best time was on our walk back on the last day, and we saw about 15 of them all together, munching on some food as they jumped from tree to tree. They were right by the road and we managed to look at them up close with their jet black faces staring back at us, it was amazing. We saw ...
... point we went through some huge puddles covering the whole road when the car suddenly stopped in the middle and the wheels started spinning. Del was urging the car on and I honestly thought we were going to be stuck in an almost lake in the middle of nowhere. After a few seconds the car got traction and we were relieved. We turned a corner and saw the 'road' was almost entirely covered in foliage. It didn't seem right, it couldn't possibly be correct but we carried on at ...