Esquinas Rainforest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a rather late night at the jungle bar, we were all glad of a lie in and a lazy morning spent sunbathing in the hammocks! I had saved some chocolate brownie from last night which I shared with Bea and Chesca (sicky Vicky didn't wake up till lunchtime!).
When I went over to the obc it emerged they were also feeling ...
... tomorrow, and that is quite a pain. I will still go and see it of course, as it is the reason I am here in the first place, but it will be on Tuesday morning rather than tomorrow. Anyhow, it is the smallest national park in the country, so it is certainly doable. Gilberto, the guy on reception here told me how to get to the border of Panama, which is a little complicated. Tomorrow, I will book a ticket in Quepos (the next big ...
... 8217;t know or recognize, and absolutely no illustration as to what it was for... I was SO worried that it was going to set off an alarm or alert someone that some poor soul had got stuck in the toilet or worse in the tiny, model-sized door, that I was scared to test it out to see if it would in fact flush... That is another thing I will change when I start helping design the bus bathrooms of the future. The buttons will not be HUGE and RED, but normal sized and blue or green perhaps, ...
... 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.
... was I sleeping? What was I going to be doing here? I was reassured to just chill and find out later.
After dinner I was shown around the main house/dorm area further up the hill, but not before being charged by a 5ft venomous Fer de Lance python. The next two nights, due to overbooking, I slept up on the open-air yoga deck, which - I found out the next morning - looks out on the ocean and over the jungle-garden below… An awesome sight to wake up to indeed.