Tortuga Lodge & Gardens
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The customer service was first class, the food was excellent. Great place to stay.
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... life of a third generation dairy farmer.
Sitting in Yenory's leather shop and listening to her difficult and challenging story of how she opened a successful shop that makes hand-made purses. Her resilience touched us.
The story of Maria and how she and 5 other women surmounted great difficulties to open up a cooperative "tienda" (shop) to display their art.
Monteverde, high up in the cloud forest where the nights are cool and the humid, hot climate of ...
... are pretty small. Good thing was that I had to get up anyways since our boat tour on the canals in the national park started at 5:45. After that tour and a breakfast - beans with rice of course- we walked through the jungle.
It is one of the most amazin and impressive natures I have ever seen. The colours, the smell everything is just impressive. It is difficult to describe but even though it was just two days it felt way more - and this is just the beginnings of my ...
... a set of howler monkeys and white faced monkeys the heat was a bit too much and decided to sneak off to an outdoor pool which was at the back of a building site surrounded with trees that no one else staying had noticed. We had the whole area to ourselves which was perfect and peaceful. We ended the day with another complimentary cocktail served in a giant pineapple on the decking as we waited for the looming storm to roll in. ...
... an early morning boat ride through the canals and saw Caiman, birds including a Potoo and Roseate Spoonbill, both of which were on our list, and the amazing Emerald Basilisks, and Red Eyed frogs. Toruguero is a relaxing place with an interesting trail into the National Park and definitely Caribbean in atmosphere, in contrast to other areas we have visited so far.
The only problem at the moment is Jim and his camera. From time to time the humidity has ...
... the age of eight.
Todays David Attenborough moment was slightly contrived but occurred in the hummingbird garden which was special because all they had to do was put out sugar solution and masses of different species of hummingbird came to feed, then I realised I was standing right by a Coatimundi which had come to lick up the sugar solution. It was such a lovely animal and I could clearly hear it purring with pleasure just like a cat.