La Purruja Lodge
Travel Blogs from Golfito
... is always, “bien, gracias a dios” (good, thank god). I love it. Or if they are talking about how their days are going or something that they had to do, they credit EVERYTHING to god. It is so sweet and so very sincere. I love it. So... Costa Rica made history today! Gracias a Dios!! Yay!
Until next time, I will be dancin’ along,
Love, hugs, and girly kisses...
the flyin’ dandelion
... of another anteater but the walk itself was much quicker partly as we were again marching to the beat of the tide and I was feeling better. We made it back in 6.5 hours – all with dry shoes! A group hug with Nito at the end (Jack was very taken with him) and we were picked up in a brand spanking new Land Rover and driven up a ridiculously steep hill to the poshest bit of the entire trip - La Luna Lodge. We’re still in tents but this time they have their ...
... the big swimming iguanas as we had before.
Red Crabs with spiny stickers on their legs and more
However we did have quite a variety of different species of colorful crabs running up and down the trunks of the mangroves.
My personal favorite were the white ones with the big red
eyes! There were also some that had very 'hairy' legs.
Enjoyed them for a while and continued on deeper into the ...
... and send our kids to that school. Check it out--it's in Costa Ballena.
We are starting to miss (some of us) home and think about our animals (can you guess who?) and family and friends. We love you all lots and hope that this will serve to remind you that we are out there, sending love and blessings to you all spread out throughout the states and the world!
Much love, and apologies for no photos.
Hey! As many of you have probably heard there was a 7.9 earthquake in Northern Costa Rica today. My fellow students and I are totally fine! It was the first tremor I have ever experienced though! We were sitting in class learning about restoration ecology and all of a sudden everyone ...