La Choza del Manglar
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Banquet room
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... leaving it be. Other animals we saw throughout the day included tiny poisonous dart frogs (huntsmen used to rub their darts with them to make them poisonous, they do not spit posionous darts) snakes and some massive butterflies. The biggest I've seen and I've been to enough of the "farms".
Eventually we hit a stream, which led to two waterfalls. The first one wasn't so good, but the second one was better with a nice little plunge pool for cooling off in. Here ...
... br> Out of every 1000 that reach the water, only 1 turtle is expected to ever return to lay at the beach, the rest never make it to adulthood. A lot of the hatchlings never make it to the water in the wild, either due to predation or they don't have the strength to cross the sand, but the work Frontier does helps maximise the numbers that make it to the sea. It was really amazing to see all the miniature turtles making their ...
... very private and secluded. That being said, we do not have any way to connect to the internet without coming back to Jimenez. Our posts will be sporadic until we reach Jacó on Wednesday. So fear not, we are alive! I have also posted some videos of the plane ride and the property that we're staying on. ...
... some more and jumped off of the rocks lots. The pool felt so good since it was SO muggy and hot outside. Everyone was overjoyed.
Before we left Johnny taught me how to dance Bachata. He dances it much differently from Bambi, who has been trying to teach me this whole trip. Bambi takes two baby steps swinging his hips and then does a giant hip thrust/lift that is sharp and kind of intimidating and at the same time he jerks his shoulder up to his ear. It ...
... the airport and is surrounded by lush vegetation both on the edges and inside the property as well. Because of this, there are quite a few birds moving through the gardens. Mark also puts out papaya, bananas, watermelon and pineapple. Must say after observation they are partial to the papaya and bananas!
We met Mark four years ago when we were going to Las Palmas on a regular basis and he was in there a lot visiting one ...