Turtle Beach Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tortuguero
... Costa Rica--one of the highest in Latin America. School is compulsory up to 8th grade.
We didn't venture far into the national park but checked out some of the wildlife near the entrance, including the golden orb spider, named for the color of its web, and the various crabs that inhabit little holes all over the beach and adjacent areas.
... accommodation, Evergreen Adventure Lodge. The boat ride was spectacular where we saw many birds and lush green vegetation. We walked to the beach where we saw baby green turtles. Our tour guide, Adrian, scooped around 25 baby green turtles out of the sand where they made their migration to the ocean. It was one of life's great spectacles. Other animals I saw included ...
... info on the cities we're visiting and the activities we're doing. I've decided for the student portion of this summer's blog I will give you a very brief explanation of what we're doing, still provide pictures to help tell our story, and end with some funny quotes from the girls (and Bokar and myself). Yolanda: "I don't eat things from the ground" (as ...
... dinner. We decided to head for a few drinks but the place was dead. Apparently, most people get up for tours at 6 in the morning or leave for buses back to the mainland at half 5 in the morning. This partly explains the quiet night but also the fact that only 850 people live on the whole island and the majority of tourists are older Americans. Our hostel was right next to the ocean so it was really nice to ...