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... me sick just writing about it. but we did see dolphins, a shark, ray, and millions of beautiful fish.
day 5 - we hit the beach for some sun-bathing, picnic, soccer game and cards.
there's tons of stuff i could write about the people, the efforts to preserve the forests, the wildlife...but i won't. i would rather just post the pics and hope you can imagine yourself enjoying all the beauty and adventure this gorgeous planet has to offer.
... besides the romantic 'on the edge' location was the music. Giulio, the other owner, says he streams internet radio from Paris. Its world beat, smooth jazz, classic, lots of romantics sounds which blend with the parrots in the trees and the tide lapping at our feet..... heavenly !
One night we right next to our table we watched as two women launched the kayaks. Robert got up and helped as they had to be lowered about 12 feet down to the beach. Cecelia ...
... and help get the kayaks down to the water. Also helped me get settled in my kayak for the first time and we were off! Said we could stay out until 9:00/9:30. Seems to be pushing it but he deals with these tides all the time!
Headed off to the left (facing out to the town) like we usually do. The sun was already up and the parrots and macaws were overhead screeching away. As we paddled along we were checking for the shore ...
... walks along the beachside road, along with Agoutis, Coatis, millions of hermit crabs, turtles swimming off shore, and a very funny little Armadillo.
And that doesn't even include the birds! The moment we arrived, we heard shrieks of excitement from the boys, who spotted their first Scarlet Macaws in the trees above our house. What a sight that is! A rainbow of vivid colors flying by, like the birds are ...
... for a mile and a half and then turn right when we see the building. Couldn't go wrong, right?
We were lucky to find footprints to follow, because walking on the beach to a jungle still didn't seem right. However, we decided "When in Costa Rica". And after about two minutes, we crossed our first overgrown puddle (or under grown river). Immediately soaked socks and waterproof boots (that's what ...