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... of people so hard to get under it but we didn’t get too wet. We were looking for oilbirds and heard one but never saw one. And looking for the golden headed manikin lek – not sure I have the name quite right. And we apparently did see one but he was so far away that I didn’t get a good photo. Also one of the hummers which is on everyone’s list but is the hardest to spot at the ...
... Same circumstances and it never moved either. Guess the day is too hot for the snakes as well.
We are moving around the mangroves and he is pointing out plants and trees and birds when we can see them through the trees. It is all interesting and fun but all seems like a maze. Wonder how long it took him to learn the routes in and out of the swamp.
There are a lot of boats gathered at ...
... and pomeracks - a fruit I'd never seen before. Like a small pear, red skin, white flesh with a small stone, similar in taste to a pear but not as sweet. I'm in love with hummingbirds! There's not enough superlatives to describe them - incredible, amazing, colourful, energetic jewels of the air. There were literally hundreds of them flying and feeding from the feeders around the patio - like a swarm of butterflies but so much faster. Theo the owner of the property, ...
Today began at a normal hour. We had breakfast in the lounge, then were met by our guide, Ricardo, at 8:30am. After a brief drive through town to view the Queen's Savannah and the massive houses along the border, we headed up into the hills. The road quickly became very narrow and steep, and rain forest began to dominate the hillsides. There were a few farms, one large one raising a vegetable that is used widely in Chinese restaurants … ...
... but there was plenty to look at. I saw one guy I had seen
earlier elsewhere again – he was distinctive for his T-shirt logo that struck a
chord – “it is what it is”.
It only took 15 mins to hit the first traffic jam and consequent detour – I later discovered it was because of a Cat that was heading up the steep long windy hill they call the saddle over to the other side – it ...