Hotel Las Brisas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of course). We also saw some caiman in the distance and then a smaller one right under the bridge we were crossing- it was a great swamp walk. The day was not over as we still had an evening turtle patrol to do and boy was it a busy one!!! We found one turtle nesting and released over 300 hatchlings from the hatchery. We got back around 1am ...
... birds, another snake I can't remember the name of (non-venomous this time) and some huge trees. After reaching the river we stopped for some snacks and a refreshing swim. We walked along the beach back to the camp taking in a beautiful sunset. After a shower and dinner we went back to the room for another early night - or at least that was the plan.
Unfortunately, we the whole camp had been invaded by army ants. Our room was ...
Leaf Cutter Ants
Blue Morph Butterfly
Brazilian Wandering Spider
This mornings entertainment while I was in the shower was watching a red squirrel on a branch only about 5-6ft above me, try to open a nut (unsuccessfully!), a bit different from back home!
After our morning ...
... posed our greatest opportunity. we did not see any, so instead we gathered information for planning a future trip in which we would track them more cunningly. However, because I am a reasonable person, I was consoled by a pair of iridescent blue morpho butterflies who still flutter through my memory as I write this. We then went to lunch at a women's cooperative establishment with an informal feeling kitchen where we ordered ...
... on the trail in given year. So of course my answer was yes. My body wasn't feeling great, but sometimes you just have to do it. Was it the right choice.....YES!
Bennito was our guide. He is the son of Wolf Guindon, who is one of the original Quakers to come to Monteverde in the 1950's and the creator of the trail we were to hike. The hike is normally done in 3 days, but Jason and Ward, two of the local ultra-marathoners felt we could easily make it in 2 days. This ...