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... still had to get down to Panama City for my next flight.
Essentially I did Costa Rica like a Chinese tourist with none of the luxuries, and a lot of bus travel. I think given more time and more money, it would actually be an amazing place to visit (maybe I’ll come back when i’m retired) but I left having had one of the most difficult and challenging (for good or bad…. nope just bad) times of the trip.
Next: Panama…. Where I will try and be a bit more light hearted ...
Parrot Bay manglar by the day-- There may be more stories but trying to bring this series to an end and set off on our new adventure!
Up and bicycled over to see what we could see in the Parrot Bay manglar. We left Tropicales around 6a.m. and it looked fairly deserted at the Parrot Bay but the trail was still in existence so off we went. Of course this is therapy for my healing of my foot. We ride ...
... was a linneated woodpecker up on a dead tree and was backlit so beautifully. We then came across a pair of giant ringed kingfisher. we think they must have a nest in the area by the sounds they were making and the fact they were staying close to where we saw them. There was a small kingfisher also working in this area.
Paddled along hoping to see an iguana but they do not seem to be in the area while we are here or at ...
... on what to do when you see a panther.
We decided that since the weather couldn't be much worse, we decided to start the trail. Naturally my eyes were wide opened and peeled looking for the terror that was slithering and just waiting to bite! After about an hour, we reached what we thought was the end of the trail. We asked a lone man sitting on a log on the beach, where he told us that the river ...
... brunch caused me to wake up at four with the howler monkey alarm clock and start scribbling down ideas in my journal. Having a craving for Chinese food I decided a savoury veggie fried rice with omelette strips and an accompanying tropical fruit salad. Simple but delicious - I provided the group a meal to last the day and further supported my new skills on the stove, ditching the recipe book, simply cooking with the senses.
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