Pacuare Nature Reserve-Casa Grande
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Amazing last day in Costa Rica pent whitewater rafting down the class III - IV rapids of rio pacuare
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... our guide found the small poisonous Dart Frog, a tiny red frog. It is also called the "Blue Jeans" frog because of the blue underparts.
We have had fantastic weather, we have had no rain. Even in the rain forests, it only rained at night, we were. Rey lucky! We had lots of rain on our way back today but it stopped just as we entered San Jose.
We're heading to San Jose for our last night before I fly out tomorrow morning at 7:30. Leaving the hotel at 4:30 AM. ...
... street. A woman was sitting on the curb with her little dog begging. I gave her a little money and bought a little bread for her, but left me with a cloud over me. The dog had kibble and water.
Melody took a nap and I took a walk and tried to avoid the street where she was, and wouldn't you know, later she moved to another street, the street on our way to dinner. Today's drive was a lot better. ...
... blue plastic bag is placed over the cluster. It is perforated and open on the bottom to let water drain out, but it serves a three-fold purpose. First, it prevents snakes and animals from eating the bananas (to some degree). Secondly, it prevents neighboring plants from swinging in the wind and bruising the fruit. Finally, the bag creates a microclimate inside. This protects the bananas from drastic temperature changes that are common in this region. One cluster of ...
... again! We are waiting for the boat to leave Tortuguero but Jim has been to the shop and bought a plastic container and rice. He has sealed the camera inside with the rice, hoping it will dry out. So do I otherwise this might go on for some time.
We are returning to San Jose for a couple of nights to collect luggage and plan our onward journey to Nicaragua. I am looking forward to seeing just how different it is there. Will let you know in the next blog.
... the 18 year olds go onto University of which there are several. This is no third world country! Johnny told us much about the economy as we drove along and the fact that dependence on coffee and bananas had diversified with high tech industries coming in - it is One of Intel's main facilities, the USA is now expanding here in preference to Far East. The road from San Jose climbed high over the Continental Divide giving a taste of cloud forest ...