Hotel La Punta
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... the new volunteer (Liz). During the day we saw both Squirrel and Spider monkeys in the camp. After dinner we did an evening swamp walk. I always like swamp walks as you see different animals in the dark and no swamp walk is ever the same. We saw some cool frogs and insects and then a Fer de Lance. Managed to get a good photo this time (at a ...
Began our first trek of the day at 5:30am. Walked though the park seeing lots of birds and insects and then onto to the beach where we saw a Tapir. With my blisters lanced and heavily bandaged (and a much lighter backpack) the trek was very pleasant. Once we got back we had an hour of free time to sit on the veranda, sock up the sun and take in the amazing scenery.
In the afternoon went on a long walk deep into the rainforest seeing ...
... considering we don't have an oven! Vicky made some garlic oil to go with the bread and so we had our own version of jungle garlic bread, it was delicious!
This afternoon we had some butterfly catching and id'ing planned, followed by a walk to the beach to watch the sunset. Unfortunately the weather had other ideas as it started raining pretty heavily and didn't stop all ...
... These are the two largest families of birds and they are *everywhere.* We hiked further and into where only a few trees grew in a clearing - one of them being a wild avocado tree (related to the kind we eat. However, this tree produced avocado-like fruit that is the favorite food of the quetzal, the elusive and elaborately plumed royal bird of the Aztecs. Ever since arriving in Costa Rica, I had avowed the goal of seeing a quetzal, and ...
... the long walk but found ourselves) always behind or at the tail of the group, as he loves to take his time, stop to take photos of the abundant nature around us. I guess we missed some wildlife that the our tour guide spotted to the rest of the group.
We traversed around 15 hanging suspension bridges of varying lengths and heights, and rocked back and forth as you walked on them, but felt safe and solid. It looks ...
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