Maribu Caribe Hotel
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... first ever surf lesson on this stunning coastline of Costa Rica. Wow!! What a rush. My instructed Leo approached me with a big smile on his face, he could only speak very few words in English. He was 6.4 foot dark Costa Rican dude with an awesome afro. I couldn't help but smile. I was about to catch some waves (hopefully stand up) with a local guy in Costa Rica. Another happy in disbelief moment!!! Leo was so lovely and made the whole experience so much fun and ...
... its true size and colour. As it flew away, we could see
its huge dark green wings, now fully spread before our eyes, as it
disappeared in the surrounding foliage.
We could have wandered further along
the canal, but had we were running short of time. With Freedom`s
explanation, that we needed to be back at the docks at 3:00 pm, the
boatman sped up. The sounds of the howler monkeys became fainter and
fainter, until at ...
... which had escaped us everywhere we went...until Veragua. Indeed, after our tour which ended around sunset, we heard toucans all around us. Unfortunately they were in the trees high above but we could see their large beaks as they hopped and sang, as if performing for us. It was a truly wonderful moment (don't miss our short video). After dinner in the company of our guide and two German scientists (one of whom is a snail expert), we put on big rubber boots and our headlamps for a night ...
So today I had a pretty eventful day. Firstly I got to take Matteo out today for baby time. It was just like old times, except today be was being an absolute angel. Yes he kept trying to eat dirt but he was actually allowing me to redirect him without trying to bite my hand off. I think he's enjoying the attention at the moment! Snickers has also managed to claim another victim to he's list of people he's bitten. Today it was Nicks turn and he managed to ...
After the tour we meet a couple of the other volunteers who are uber-geeky, which never made anyone a bad person, however, one of them, a young suicide girl zookeeper from Germany, is a bad person on her own merits. Or at least as bad as a zookeeper can be. She doesn't seem to like us but we don't know why and we can't seem to find it in our hearts to care. Now we are learning about the set up: breakfast is whatever we can scrounge ...