Rios Tropicales Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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... a fun adventure we'd all remember. The new bus showed up and we transferred all the bags and got back on the road. They also sent another boat to meet us at Cano Blanco, since our first boat was long gone by then.
Our originally scheduled breakfast stop became a quick bathroom break and a chance to visit another butterfly garden. I loved the shrimp flowers and passion ...
So how many times do you have to hop on a tractor in order to catch a raft in order to whitewater rapid your way to your hotel? After yet another GPS misadventure we found ourselves beside the Pacure River strapping on those o-so-flattering yellow helmets (not sure they would absorb any punishment but would probably make it easier to find the body), and life jackets that seemed a touch beyond their best-buy date. The Rio Pacure has been ranked by National Geographic as one of ...
... giant spider! Soon after we were told we could head back to the beach as there was another turtle building her nest. Thankfully she decided to stay and we got closer just as she was laying her eggs! It was so cool to see!! Turtles lay around 80-120 eggs at a time but quite often only a small
number survive due to predators or hunter finding the nests. On our way back to town we spotted some baby turtles whose nest was too close to town and so with the lights and everything ...
... every other year at the most, sometimes 5-7 years between each time. The turtle was 86cm in length and probably about 60cm in width - very big. At this point we had to start going back as our two hours was nearly up, but at least we had seen what we came for. Each night between June and September thousands of turtles come on to the beach to lay their eggs, you cannot visit these beaches in the day as they are part of a 22 mile protected area cut off to the public, even the ...
Hey there, Friendship,
I have reignited my blog for ease of communication. You see, if you chat to everyone back home, then they hear about your adventures first hand. However, if you live on an island which I have discovered is the Oxford English Dictionary definition of the middle of nowhere, then blogging is a far easier method of making sure the world doesn't forget about me.
The lowdown is that I am living on an island ...