La Choza del Manglar
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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Aujourd'hui nous allons direction Puerto Jiménez pour visiter le parc national "CORCOVADO".
Debout 3h30 pour prendre le premier bus depuis Uvita à 5h pour Chacarita, par chance nous avons de l'avance et à peine après être arrivé à l'arrêt de bus un orage commence.Oufff nous on est sous le couvert. Hihih
2 heures après nous y voilà, …
... permission has recently been given for a multi-million pound marina, hotel and villa complex to be built on land behind the local beach. If this goes ahead, the area where we spent most of our time will be completely changed, the locals will lose their beach, large boats will come in and the town will be completely developed. Unfortunately, Puerto Jiménez will probably lose its small-town charm. We are lucky to have seen it as it is ...
... to see the rare bird the quetzal and Monteverde was voted one of the "7 Wonders of Costa Rica".
PARKS AND FREE HIKES: We only did one paid activity in Monteverde. The two famous parks to explore the cloud forests are The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve ($17) and Reserva Santa Elena ($14). A cloud forest is a special kind of rain forest immersed in clouds with year-round relative humidity of almost 100%. Friends that went to both ...
... into a new office and has some new nicer equipment. Her office is in with several other doctors and wishing them all the best of luck. We caught up on some of the news of Puerto Jimenez, her family and her business. Things seem to be moving along quite well. Worked on Robert today and my days will come later.
As usual, dinner at Il Giardino and the sunset was pretty spectacular.
... howler monkeys challenging another troop in the distance. We walked through a lot of banana trees left over from when the area was farmed. 20% of the National Park is secondary forest due to farming and gold mining. The other 80% is primary forest. We walked up and down ravines and eventually we went out and walked on the beach for a while. It was there that we got our only new bird of the day: the ...