Hotel Borinquen Mountain Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a short safety demonstration from the crew and we were off and running. Christine and I changed into our bathing suites and headed to the front of the boat to lay in the nets. I lasted about 5 minutes on the nets before passing out for a nap, very relaxing. The outside temperature today was 100 degrees but it gets masked by the breeze from sailing. The crew pointed out a rock formation at the end of the bay that locals call Monkey Head Rock because it looks exactly like ...
... a hammock to finish waking up. Around 6 I was functioning and
went to the main cabin to make coffee. I took my coffee back to the gazebo to
watch the rainforest wake up. I counted 4 pairs of Toucans as they flew by
across the valley. They have a very unique call, which I can now identify thanks
to the Maleku man, and I wondered how many times I had missed seeing them just
because I didn’t recognize the call. It isn’t a call you would ...
... to San Jose to catch my flight) but if it does I will be leaving Tuesday of next week! Otherwise I leave Upala on Wednesday or Thursday, I don't want to risk any mishaps with timing and buses so I will spend a couple of nights in San Jose before I fly out early on Saturday. Sorry no pictures, just wanted to give everyone an update. I'm sure I will have some stories by Monday, just like ...
... the leaf cutter ants on, and found a path along a
field of beans and to the river. It was a lovely morning, sunny and warm, and I
was excited when I came upon a Bare-throated Tiger Heron. He honked at me as I
approached and took off to fly across the river. I had missed the opportunity
to get a picture before scaring him off and was disappointed, he was a very
pretty heron. I walked further along the river; I ducked ...
... swarm of tiny bees
and they laughed and told me that they cannot sting. That made me feel better, sure they were tiny
(barley larger than a fat mosquito) but I assumed they would still sting. I
didn’t have my camera when we opened the hive but there are a few bees making a
nest on the edge of the sink that can try to get a photo of.
The day flew by; I didn’t even take
any of my ...