Esquinas Rainforest Lodge
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... too obsessed with this little one and honestly, I am considering buying an extra bag just to bring her back with me. I know everyone will love her at home, but I have a feeling she would be missed here. If you say “Kendra, ojitos!!!” (little eyes) she scrunches her face up and makes her eyes squinty and gives you a smile that rivals mine as far as number of teeth shown at once. Then if you say “Kendra, besitos!!!” (little kisses) her big ...
... better.We met the couple from Canada (originally from Guyana and Sri Lanka), we'd met at the party , it was both their birthday's ,so we invited them for tea on board Windstrutter. Iris and Ainsley came with a huge iced cake and i had to row them, without runing it, from the dock. We hada lovely aftternoon and wathced the sunset with a rum punch I made us. It's quite rare we do that believe it or not.
... br> Fiery-billed Aracari !!!!
And the real treat was the pair of fiery-billed aracari moving through the trees. We were fortunate because they sat still long enough in various places to get some distant shots of them.
Walked around for a bit further and then headed back to the Cabinas Jimenez to check out two of the bikes.
We bicycled to the grocery store and got some supplies ...
... to connect to wifi, but no one could get online. It was very disappointing - but the cook was more than generous and let me use "his" computer to e-mail home (although I had to conquer the messages that came up on the screen in Spanish!! Thank goodness I had my little book!!!).
Cocktails were at 6:30 p.m. in the lounge where we got the briefing for our tours tomorrow. We headed to dinner and then everyone did their own thing. I went to bed! ...
... not here the first couple of years so we are really enjoying them now. They squawk louldly as they fly past or while roosting. They’re so common now that we only go out to see them when we can tell they will be easy to spot.
Pixie spent the afternoon searching in the rainforest for wrapping paper. She is ready for the big birthday tomorrow.