Red Frog Bungalows
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... into the trees and jungle. On the way back we saw a sloth hanging from a tree scratching himself. He was doing it for ages. Then on the other side of the road we saw 2 more, one looked like a baby as it was so much smaller and fluffier than the other ones. Further down the road we spotted another sloth in the trees and when we got back to our hostel one of the girls Goz told us there is one just outside our front door. What a day. Tomorrow we go ...
... kneeling on the tree root, for the shoe to be back in Daniel's possession and on his foot. The lady who owned the property took the boys to see a 3 month old ocelot that they had found. It was too young to be released in the wild but would no doubt outgrow being kept as pet.
Despite being the night of a full moon, it was nowhere to be seen in the sky because of the clouds. That actually had it's upsides because we had been waiting ...
... muffin and a smoothie while I had a bacon egg and cheese sandwich. We then headed across the street to the dock where we paid and waited for the crew to prepare the boat. The trip involved a full day sail on a catamaran around the islands with a few snorkel stops along the way. There was only 5 people on the trip, the two of us, Mandy who is from Holland and in our group, and a Lithuanian couple who we did not know. It was a pretty big boat for only 5 of us so there was lots of ...
This was our last diving day of our stay in Bocas, so we were all really looking forward to it. We got up bright and early to make it to the main island on time for our dive at 9. Instead of it just being the four of us diving, there was also another couple in our group as well. Once we were geared up, we headed out to the first location; Ramada's Garden. The dive was decent, although at first we seemed to be having a lot of issues with our gear, I couldn't get my mask ...
... very fresh- red snapper, bass and melt in the mouth tuna. From Puerto Viejo we crossed the border into Panama which was another interesting experience. We were advised there would be an exit tax which had to be paid by credit card, not cash. We've learnt to expect the unexpected but were still very surprised to learn there was no exit charge the day we left, no one had any idea why but we didn't argue! Crossing the border after exiting Costa Rica ...