Maribu Caribe Hotel
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... tourists to be ultra careful of. Our first visit was the monkeys. We stood outside their cage and watched the crazy 4-5 different types playing and jumping around the cage. There were so many orphaned babies in there. After a interesting introduction about the monkeys our volunteer said "ok we're going inside." I was quite shocked at first as I didn't know we got to do that. I was a little reluctant but Stuie was over the moon. Monkey's are his favourite!! Before ...
... 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 ...
... to anything we know at home.
After we had settled in, we moved - that seems to be the norm with backpacking. As soon as you get comfortable you pack your backpacks and move on. I guess it is just us conforming to the Backpacker Code, and in particular Rule 2 - 'Never allow yourself to be comfortable - it's unfair'. Our next stop was 5 kms down the road at a place called Casa Moabi. This jungle hostel had received a 98% rating on ...
... 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 ...
... are too cute. As you enter the cage the sloths will watch you, often leaning their face in toward yours for a closer look. To separate a pair sharing a cage (so they don't eat from the same plate and screw up the records of how much each eats) we have to lure one to one side of the cage and the other to the other. Green beans make great bait and when they sloth has it in hand, they munch away with juicy bliss.
Our lunch is ****. We throw back exactly ...