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... Soon, we realized somethign had been lost in translation, and they meant to say the celebration was 10 min out of town, not that it was going to be happening in the streets in 10 min,
We debated going, but decided it was ok because they were a married couple (and I had my mace handy). Once we got there, we found out, to our pleasant suprise, we were at the fair! Maria and Carlos opened the bags they had brought, and pulled ...
... the ocean to panama! We finished the day with an upstream swim in the creek and the rapids. By the third day we left the lodge and set out for the hardest day of the main treck, we trekked for most of the morning through what Randall referred to as "Costa Rican flat" ground. We faced some steep up hills but what got to see some spider monkeys on the way! We ended the day in a really pretty, small gold mining community and pitched our tents in a green, ...
... like simple depressions in the earth covered by jungle undergrowth,however, originally they appeared as mounds of stones. Apparently the area we are passing through is a former burial site, containing more than 50 known grave sites. These Indians had buried loved ones with gifts for the afterlife,as many cultures did, but the sites were ravaged by gravediggers over the years,desecrated to retrieve valuable artifacts. I can’t help but feel a ...
... under my belt I was well and truly ready for an early night. The rain pelted down so the humidity played havoc with my breathing. My only relief was to sit up in bed as it slipped my mind to pack Ventolin. I don't think I would have slept anyway as Mariano snored like a chainsaw and Morg's brain is so active at the moment that 3 times he sat bolt upright in bed and proceeded to converse with someone ...
... and all the while writing in a notebook... presumably what was needed, and checking up on the cook too!
Today when we got back from lunch at Liz's, we were on the deck and another couple of monkeys came through our yard. We don't think these were the white faced ones... they were a bit bigger and only two. White faced usually travel in groups of 15-20. We also saw a large group of toucans close by today... first toucans we've seen. There are loads of birds ...
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