Hotel la Diosa
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... fries she has been surviving on thus far in Costa Rica!
The drive was terrifying. By far the scariest drive we have made so far in Costa Rica. The rain and fog were so thick, Paul could not see more than 100 feet in front of him. It seemed like none of the Costa Rican vehicles had functional head or taillights. We were traversing winding, narrow mountain passes, with no guardrails, no shoulders, and steep cliffs. To ...
Well today is the day. I can no longer put off going back to the sanctuary and keep relaxing in lovely, little Cahuita. If today I can't stay, when there's basically no volunteers, then that's it, I won't be able to come back. To be honest I'm completely expecting that to be the case. actually feel so nervous, it's horrible. I had a quick breakfast and then got a coffee before I got on the bus. I literally kept almost crying at the thought of not ever seeing ...
... the rest of the sloths ever again is honestly so heartbreaking. I know most of you probably think, man up they're only sloths, but as pathetic as you might think I am it feels like leaving a loved one behind. Imagine that you had to leave them and you might never see them again. It's like being broken up with! So call me whatever you want but there's the truth. I have left my heart and soul at the sanctuary and hopefully I will be able to go back and collect them again some day ...
... sloth but ended up helping Marcelo for nearly the whole of my 3 hour break. Unlike usual I didn't even feel starving but was so distracted by how interesting it was. Actually to be fair large parts of it was fairly disgusting. Honestly if you're squeamish stop reading now. So first up we have machete sloth. She came in with her ear macheted off and she has this weird skin thing on both hands and one of her feet. I thought her hands had been skinned but ...
... funny. So yesterday I mentioned that we were probably going to get eaten by mosquitoes. After work we discovered that we had been infested by ants. Actually I can't even call it an infestation it was more like an invasion because they were army ants. I don't think I've ever seen so many ants in my life. I can't even describe the amount. They were everywhere. On the path, going up the stairs, there was at least 300 in the kitchen. And those things bite. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking