Villa Las Tecas
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... and a warm shower!! A first since our trip began :) We hiked down towards the beach in search of some food as we were both ravenous. We found a family selling huge coconuts on the beach. Using her machete and what seemed to be no sense of method, the lady sliced upon the fruit to make us drinks. You can also bring them back after to be sliced up to eat the inside. Fresh coconut on the beach yes please!!! We found a restaurant called Hula Jungla and hunkered ...
... silly one's and that I was too pretty for that and he wanted more smiles... I will try...
At 1PM I walked to the tour shop which is also the gym and met up with Josh my guide for zip-lining. He had already picked up Jeff and Brenda, from Texas, who are here for their 20th wedding anniversary. We met up with a family from Missouri and drove about 5 minutes away to our canopy tour. How amazing! Brenda started out by informing us ...
... at this school. The whole community will be able to help sustain the nature. It probably won't go all that smooth right from the start but maybe in a couple of years there will be a lot of people that recycle in this area.
The last project I will talk about is the 'Butterfly project'. This project doesn't make me feel particularly useful but it's lots of fun to do. Just like with the birds the park wants to index all the butterflies that visit Barra Honda. Only ...
... the turtles and once laid the eggs are then in grave danger vultures, stray dogs, poachers and other careless turtles. Considering only a small proportion of the baby turtles will make it out into the ocean, when they hatch around 45 days later, it's obvious why these beautiful animals are endangered. No sooner had the sun set, the wind picked up and it started to bucket with rain. All the onlookers (carefully) rushed back ...
... Bocas del Toro islands. We had we felt "done"
island lifestyle for a while (that does
sound very blasť doesn’t it?) and the place sounded on reading up on it a bit
too touristy for us. So we didn’t catch the ferry over from Puerto Amirante
even though we ran into an American couple there from Wyoming in an overland
vehicle at the ferry terminal who planned to go over. But they had a friend
over there who had offered free beds. Lucky guys.