La Baula Lodge
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... the canals, pointing out plants, birds and wildlife along the way. We saw a group of Spider monkeys playing in the trees, large iguanas, a green heron sitting on her nest, toucans, and even a Caiman hiding deep in the weeds near the shore. At one point Roberto pulled the boat way into a small canal off of the main canal and we just sat there for a while listening to the pulsing of the jungle, the myriad of insects and birds joining together in a chorus that surrounded us. ...
... turnoff for Monteverde jumping up and sticking our thumbs out when ever some one turned down that road. We were there for half an hour and the restaurant behind us opened up and the first song they played was "Whats going on" by someone i cant remember, which will always remind me of that day now! The song hadn't even finished and a ute pulled over and said they could give us a lift. We chucked our bags in the tray and jumped in and had a great chat to a local guy who owned ...
... was up, we brought out a cake for one of our venturers who was celebrating his birthday in a very different way to usual. We sung happy birthday and chowed down on cake (or plums) before joining the parks slightly kooky anniversary celebrations. There were some posters, entertainment and food vendors too, feeding the handful of tourists present. Part of the show was a rather hyeractive girl making an impassioned speech about various environmental issues, including ...
... and watch movies together. I saw my host dad last night reach for my host mom's hand and just kiss it just because. It is things like what my host father did that make you realize that language barriers are so minimal when you just show your heart to someone. Good intentions override everything else. If there has been anything that I have learned from being in Costa Rica, it is ...
... of times, but the coconut guys who own the adjacent land are geniuses and fixed it both times! I have found out where I am going for my second phase of my internship - cloudbridge which is south of san Jose in the mountains where myself and one other intern will be carrying out all of the work ourselves... Talk about responsibility! Should be a great challenge, just another month to go till then! Thats all for this update, as I said a quiet week ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Baula Lodge Tortuguero
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