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... monkey is making a bridge between two trees, so her baby can walk across!
Next morning we set out on the trail next to the beach for a walk to Tortuguero town. A green iguana up in a tree provided entertainment. Near the town is the headquarters of the Sea Turtle Conservancy, which protects the green sea turtles that nest on this beach. A few tourists are allowed to go ...
... ago, we saw tons of birds during our jungle river Eco-tour
today. For a short time, our boat drifted slowly in the mangrove
swamp. There were several kinds of Heron and Egrets on the bank that
was their nests, and home. We saw lots of Sandpipers that our
guide Freedom, referred to as the dancing birds, for the way they
move. At times, our eyes were fixated on Kingfishers, Hawks, Falcons
and Swallows. The birds sometimes were still, while ...
... Although this was easily my favourite place in Costa Rica so far I could never live here as the flies would drive me mad. We were told we might see some baby turtles at the beach in the early evening so went off to see if we could see any but there weren't any.
As we had some time to kill before our turtle tour we got some beers and headed back to the cabina to chill for a bit. We weren't sure if we would see much as it was near the end of the nesting season but when ...
... sea. Once the turtle had reached the spot where she would lay her eggs we were radioed to say we could walk down to the beach - pitch black with just the guide carrying a torch. Once at the beach it was a bit brighter with the light of the crashing waves. Our guide showed us some fresh turtle tracks where another one had come ashore earlier - they were like tyre tracks in the sand. We were taken to a place where we then had to wait until the female was ready to lay her eggs - ...
... through here and undergo maintenance if necessary. Each container has a unique identification number so that they can monitor where a container is, where it has come from and where it is going. After lunch I was taken down to the port where they had just finished loading a small ship to go to panama. I didn't come on a great day as normally there are much larger ships in and ...