TripAdvisor Reviews Las Tinajas Nicoya
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... in the jungle was our only option, so we made a run for it. As we ran we were both blinded by a bright light which stopped us dead in our tracks. It was not more than maybe 5 feet from us, and it didn't strike just once but twice. I heard Carmen scream, and when I opened my eyes, Carmen was laying face down in the sand. After what seemed like an eternity she looked up at ...
Our taxi picked us up at 8 in the morning from our hostel. The girl at the front desk didn't charge Rhea Lynn correctly. Rhea Lynn asked her a ton of questions but she didn't figure it out so it worked out that we ended up getting about 2 nights for free... They should probably figure out a different system as they had about 5 notebooks open, one for the tours we bought, one for the drinks, etc. etc.
We passed a cemetery on our way out ...
... for birds you truly only hear the sounds of the nature. You hear leaves rustling in the wind, trees croaking and you hear the birds sing. That's it. No other sounds. It's just you alone with nature (and the other volunteers in my case). Hearing the birds is different from actually seeing them tough. Until now I've been fairly unsuccessful in spotting some birds. But when I spot one I can't help but love every single bird. Some are small and quick. Other big and colorful. Some ...
... snowy egret, crested caracara, spotted sanpiper, Jesus Christ lizard, and mantled howler monkeys. Things are improving here and we had a great day yesterday. We drove to the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park and did a two hour boat tour. We had decided not to take an organized tour and winged it, and it worked. we arrived at the Puerto, a Tico flagged us down, then we hired him, and off we went just him and Joe and I. Unfortunately, he didn't speak english but we ...
... then spent several hours driving up and down dirt tracks
looking for a place to camp or stay without success. The locals gave us all
sorts of conflicting directions – some even pointing to locations across an
uncrossable river – so we kept going up the road to Changuinola, a biggish and
busy town less than 20 kms from the Costa Rican border. In Changuinola we found
a gem of a hotel (no, we don’t normally “do” hotels but when you ...
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