Maribu Caribe Hotel
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... and a vibrant menu to match. We shared a magic romantic evening tucked away inside as a tropical storm set in and the sticky rain poured and poured down around us for hours. Today was another magic day in the world of Central America. At 5:30am Stuie whispered in my ear. "Do you want to go for a walk and see the sunrise at the beach?" My initial reaction was nooooo I'm so tired, but then my 'get the hell out of bed you're in Costa Rica' voice came into play and I was ...
... ago, we saw tons of birds during our jungle river Eco-tour
today. For a short time, our boat drifted slowly in the mangrove
swamp. There were several kinds of Heron and Egrets on the bank that
was their nests, and home. We saw lots of Sandpipers that our
guide Freedom, referred to as the dancing birds, for the way they
move. At times, our eyes were fixated on Kingfishers, Hawks, Falcons
and Swallows. The birds sometimes were still, while ...
... through here and undergo maintenance if necessary. Each container has a unique identification number so that they can monitor where a container is, where it has come from and where it is going. After lunch I was taken down to the port where they had just finished loading a small ship to go to panama. I didn't come on a great day as normally there are much larger ships in and ...
... saw gorgeous beaches, beautiful resorts and yoga retreat centres. We stopped to watch some surfers brave the waves over the reefs and were amazed to see and hear the howler monkeys in the trees along the way.
After a day resting in our hammocks recovering from a bit of sickness, we were ready for the quick bus ride to Cahutia.
Sorry its been so long we've been distracted by the greatness of the world. This blog entry is mainly about our most recent and most brilliant experience so the bits in-between are short and sweet. After Bolivia we crossed lake Titicaca, the highest lake in the world, to get to Peru and spent a night with an indigenous family. Sarah's dream finally came true as we dressed up as indigenous people!! The downside of this was us only being fed potatoes for ...