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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was masked by the sound of the boat
We were back near the dock just before
our schedule. We stopped by at a local supermarket to get some
precious Costa Rican coffee. Freedom, our guide from Javac Tours,
knew where to drive to avoid the afternoon traffic. He used to live
in New York and serves in the US Army. He is married to a local girl
and now considers Costa Rica his home. He also made sure, that we
got the ...
... a hole in the sand to lie in and then with her back flippers she digs a chamber downwards in which to drop her eggs. This process can take about an hour. Meanwhile it had started to rain on the beach and we were getting slowly wet in the thunderstorm - we didn't care. We then were allowed to see our turtle in her bed, we crouched around her rear end and the guide shone a red torch so that we could see the eggs coming out. (No privacy for the poor mum giving birth). She layed between ...
... just to observe how the people lived in this settlement between ocean and impenetrable jungle.Then back to our armchairs on the veranda to watch the myriad birds in the gardens, little bananaquits, vibrant yellow warblers, blue-grey tanagers and Montezuma's Oropendula. Mid-afternoon- 'beer o' clock' and a stroll down to Budda's for a couple of beers. Early evening -the decision where to eat, Caribbean/Creole cooking at Miss Junie's or pasta ...
... Veragua's rainforest. We saw tons of wildlife: Iguanas, a gecko, tree frogs, an olingo, crabs and crayfish in the river, a tarantula, praying mantises, walking sticks, and a snake. It was a truly magical and unforgettable experience even if we were tired after three hours of stumbling and sweating in the darkness of the rainforest. The following morning (and our second to last day in the country) we went on a zipline canopy tour of Veragua before driving back to San Jose. It was a ...
... a buffet arrangement. A salad bar and a juice bar. 3 days of this is going to close the temple. Fresh grilled fish, mash, and salads. We went around the grounds to meet the resident Iguanas and everyone spent ages photographing them, we have seen hundreds, bit like waterfalls in NZ or Yew trees in Ireland! Boat left at 1430hrs for Tortuguera village with our guide Frank. He took us around the very small village and ...