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... a new area away from fruit farms.
So now we are packing and preparing for our journey tomorrow. We need to reach San Jose airport by lunch time. It is hopefully a 2 ½ hour journey if the road is not washed out by rain, but Alex has arranged for Kevin to take us and leave very early so we can birdwatch on the way!
We have loved our time in Central America, the birds and wildlife have been amazing and the people friendly and ...
... and finding out information. However, I believe that this was one of our most magical experiences and the Rio San Juan has so much to offer. They have it set up well for eco-tourism too as only a tiny sliver of the jungle is open for exploration. 95% of it remains proper, dense, unexplored jungle where you need a folders worth of legal papers to allow you to do research. In this area, a couple of tribes still live, completely untouched by the outside world. ...
... all up just at the right moment. Jumped in a cab at the airport for a twenty minute drive to the Adventure inn hotel, snack and beer in the hotel, wandered out for supplies, Deb had a dip in the pool and then burger for me and Prawn Jambalaya for Deb. Seven thirty flight in the morning so cab booked for five fifteen. Up a four thirty, packed, out the door, in a cab and arrived at ...
... short, it was in fact a third direction, we ended up driving a couple of mile down an unmade road and found it in the most unlikely of locations. It's a tent, which we were expecting, but proper beds and en-suite so very nice. A bit hot and bothered so after a shower were sat on the verandah with the booze and crisps, I think that will be tea for tonight. We could not work out before we came how it takes so long to travel around such a small ...
... sat having breakfast with Toucans, Chachalacas and woodpeckers on the feeders in front of me, I soon cheered up. When mum and dad got back we had to pack up our cases pretty quickly which of course meant mum taking ages... After checking out, we got on the road and headed down the East side of the national park / jungle and back towards the city of San Jose. We were due to arrive at a hotel just minutes from the airport at Alajuela that afternoon as I had to catch a flight at ...
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