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... and howler monkeys, which was super cool because we got to watch them jump from tree to tree. There were huge spiders, weird grasshoppers, and more sloths. Then we went to the beach, which was smaller and more private than yesterday, but the waves weren't as high. For lunch, Hannah, Katharine and I ate at the swim up bar! We had nachos, daiquiris and piņa coladas! It was so ...
... of it and fortunately its much larger mother was not present otherwise I doubt I would still have a head. We also saw vultures, jet-black squirrels and many 'Jesus Christ Lizards' - so called because, as they showed us, they can run across the surface of the water. I omitted to tell our guide I recalled reading that Jesus walked, not ran on the Sea of Galilee. Our guide was a lovely local called William, who had lived next to the swamps his whole life, ...
... and heard the Howler monkeys. The fourth type of monkey in the area, Spider monkeys have escaped us to date.
We have now managed to book some accommodation in Panama for Carneval so we are presently working out how to get there and what we want to see in Southern Costa Rica on our way. See where we get to in the next blog.
ps Apologies if the text is strange - a few problems with wifi and blog system.
... to Manuel Antonio beach to buy some souvenirs, food and drinks. We go say bye to Jason and some other friends then we make the same mistake we made in La Fortuna and totally underestimate how far things are and how steep some hills could be. We decide to walk to the restaurant we saw on the way out and regret immediately. Even though the sun ...
... and us.
The first two hours or so of the trip were just riding around - we didn't see much wildlife at all, and to be honest, it was probably the most boring (or, relaxing, depending on your perspective!) part of our week so far.
The last hour or so we were able to do some snorkeling. Our guide had some bread with him, which he threw in the water right around us and hundreds of fish ("Sergeant Majors") swam around us eating the bread. ...