Hotel La Amistad
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... I had ever seen! The rush of people trying to take as many selfies as possible while the visibility was good was hysterical. Ironically, everyone turned their backs to the volcano they had waited to see to snap selfies, myself included. I think I said WOW a thousand times staring at the volcano. After a short hike back, we were on the bus headed to a waterfall park.
On the bus ride, Oscar was kind enough to give me ...
It felt like we had just arrived in Nicaragua when suddenly it was time to leave. As we prepared to enter Costa Rica, the final country in our Central America Adventure, it dawned on all of us that time was speeding up, and before we knew it our 32-day tour would be coming to an end.
Thursday, Aug.7 – was a long travel day to Monte Verde, Costa Rica. This border crossing was the most challenging one yet with confusing ...
... there were two people behind me. I had carried on along the path but then I got to a crossroads and no way of knowing where the others had gone and at that point I didn't know that the others were behind me. When they turned up we made a decision to go back to the reception rather than take the trail up the mountain but then we met up with the others having seen a family of coatis without the benefit of a guide. That night a few of us went on ...
... to Quepos for an early dinner before the bus to Dominical.
Dominical is a small beach surfer town, a bit bigger than Montezuma and not quite as cool (more American), although still nice enough. Unfortunately however we arrived late at night and the town seemed very creepy, especially on arrival at the hostel we wanted to stay at, which seemed completely deserted until we eventually found the back entrance. Due to sitting outside for so long, we ...
... uses a net to catch prey. It is ingenious! The spider makes a little square net then waits for prey (grasshoppers etc) to trigger the silk. The spider 'reaches' out and quickly places the net over the insect and traps it. Tracey was involved in filming this spider for a recent BBC programme on animals after dark and they waited for over 12hours to catch it on film (here is the footage they shot it is worth watching) http://youtu.be/4APjXhBieyc A wasp killed by cordyceps. ...