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... not having the same bed for successive nights in a month and old battered smelly clothes can eventually take their toll, and im surprised it’s taken 10 months for some of these feelings to come through.
It’s also the added insecurity I have in terms of work when I get home, but after about a million messages to various people, I’m just gonna have to be one of those people that hopes things work out in the end!
Anyway, that will be it for my pity ...
... macaws nesting in has fallen over.
We decided to go have brunch at the popular waterfront Los Delfines and as we walked that direction all of a sudden a toucan flew in just above our heads !!! It sat there
calling and then just moved around and posed for us, such great colors. We think it was really showing off for a female but we could not locate her. What a nice day for colorful birds!
Got up in time to watch the parrots lift off from the shore before we took off into the manglar. A
nice fellow traveler helped Robert get the boats down to the water.
We seem to be in the midst of nest building season all around Costa Rica. Robert found a nest with
two crimson fronted parrots working on their nest. We also saw the linneated woodpeckers in the same place we had seen one of them the day before. This time they were both ...
... got on a bigger bus/van/colectivo to get to David, Panama. From there we had about three hours to kill, so we rested in the airport (we were too tired to go anywhere). So we got coffees, sandwiches, cookies, pie, all the good stuff while we were waiting. Then we got on our flight and landed back in Panama City!
Thus ends the great saga of the border crossing. Now I am a legal driver in Panama, and life is ...
... the point that he couldn’t walk anymore, silly bugger.
The day after we arrived was spent walking around the park or lounging around the verandah just watching the wildlife (including the ticks). The tapirs were the commonest visitors but still some people left without seeing them. They are much bigger than I imagined about part way between a fully grown pig and a cow but totally unafraid of us. The have a nose which looks a bit like an elephant’s ...
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