Jacaranda Hotel and Jungle Garden
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... their homes, catch fish, travel by water, or even bathe. It's a serious problem, and its really sad.
That night we played games with the children and ate the fish we caught. It was delicious. There were no bathrooms there, only an outhouse with a hole in the ground...
... following day so we began exploring the amazing amount of options available to do in the area. In the mean time Stuie jumped on wi-fi and messaged our other friends Christian and Laura to see how they were going and to see if they wanted to do a tour with us the following day and we were delighted because they did!! We sat with the tour guy who went over the options and we came to the conclusion that the combination tour they offered was the one. A morning at the coffee ...
... lying in the sun, swimming and generally living the dream, the only red thing I was able to locate was the refreshingly crisp label of an ice cold Balboa lager. This is the life.
For day two, we decided to hop on one of the local tours and spend the day on a boat going around the islands. The Bocas archipelago is host to a dolphin breeding ground so en route to our final destination- the mythical beach paradise of Zapatilla- we ran into dolphin, ...
Today wasn't too much of an exciting day to be honest. I'm still not sure about two of my sloths, currently known as clinic sloth and machete sloth. Clinic sloth is still moving really weirdly and not eating much, Marcelo said that he's going to blend her leaves with some water tomorrow and I'll have to syringe feed her. That will be fun with ...
... dreadlocks cling to the tops of pseudo Rastas and drop out white boys, bicycles outnumber cars and scooters and the locals either outnumber or simply outshine the tourists. Barely out of the range of the brief, busy "downtown," the van cuts a right into a tiny street and a left into the parking lot of the Hotel Blue Conga. The place is compact but has an obvious charm. We are greeted by Marise, a warm French Canadian transplant and shown our ...