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... than for people to get to the nature reserves. But they are building megaport here which should be ready in 3/4 years which it is hoped will bring prosperity to the area. On our way we stop at a banana plantation and he shows us how the bananas, which are all genetically engineered plants, grow from flowers to bananas. As we return to town later we pass compounds for all the big names we recognise from supermarkets back home, Dole, Chiquita, Del Monte ...
... t stop and look at anything, but keep moving through as quickly as possible. I am now very grateful to be on the tour that I am. We pull up at a beautiful spot with a small patch of sand making it look like a mini beach, and Jason pulls out some lunch that he made earlier that morning. This really is the best way to see the river. Back in the water and another casual cruise down and we are soon at the end of the rafting. A quick pack up and we are heading back to Turrialba after ...
... at the information booth for our turtle viewing tour. The green turtle, one of the biggest species of sea turtle, comea to Tortuguero every year to lay her eggs on the beach. The remoteness of the place makes it a perfect nesting ground.
Armed with nothing but a rain poncho (cameras, mobile phones and torches all strictly forbidden), we set out to walk to a meeting point, where we would wait until the turtle spotters' signal that a turtle had been found. ...
... Janet and I woke up early to catch a photo of a Caribbean sunrise. It was a bit cloudy but interesting enough. After breakfast we got back in the boat for the return to Cano Blanco, and we were lucky to see a baby anhinga sitting in its nest with its mom watching over. Anhingas are the birds you see that dry their wings in the sun like a cormorant.
... noticed a green but bigger Jesus Christ
Lizard, and Jardin explained that it was a male. Among the Herons,
the most beautiful one is the Green heron. We saw one crouched on a
branch, but ready to take flight, at the first sign of danger. As
we got closer for a photograph, it moved from branch to branch. It
looked small and the colour appeared black. Whatever spooked it;
whether it was our boat or our voices, it took off and we ...