Travel Blogs from Tortuguero
We visited this area with one aim in mind - to see the Green Turtles laying their eggs on the beach, but the last part of the journey is by boat and en route we saw crocodiles and monkeys as well as many birds, the adventure had begun!
The turtles come onto the beach at night and organised tours take you to see them in small groups. It is …
1:00 am... i wake to the sounds of someone screaming... what happened? There's water dripping on me! Yes, you guessed right - it's raining or rather monsooning (it has got to be added to the dictionary), we are under a tin roof and yes, there is a leak and the rain water is dripping on me and our bed... my wife gently sleeps! And I paid for this ( …
Today is our extra day at Mawuba Lodge, rest of our gang head back today to SJ after 2n 3d tour. Slept great in our suite ( bathroom is as big as our lounge at home, sunken basth, walk in monsoon shower and a verandah overlooking the river. We are on our own today no planned anything. Breakfast buffet poolside, omelette cooked to order with fresh …
Early call at 0530hrs. Managed my normal granola, yoghurt and prunes bowl for bf after getting S her stream of black coffee from a very temperamental machine in the lobby. Santo Tomas hotel (owned by a very chatty Yank for 26 years) is a former residence. Huge, bright coloured floor tiles. Some potential but looks as if it has been owned for 26 …
This was a community service trip to build a sidewalk in a poor village.This was some experience. We worked hard for three days but were thanked with tours of the canals.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility