Le Colibri Rouge

Comadre, Cahuita, Province of Limon, 7302, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cahuita

Day 51- Retreat to the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by millhousers

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... were amateur paintings haphazardly covering various objects. Chairs, rocks, our bathroom mirror, even our pillowcases were covered in peeling painted flowers or abstract designs. It was like they had unleashed a class of junior high art students to paint whatever and wherever they wanted. Our dinner was decent, but the service was sporadic. Paul got his meal a good 20 minutes before I did. No apologies or explanations were ...

Cheeky monkeys

A travel blog entry by cgavin

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... I was going to get, but not so fast... five minutes down the trail we ran in to a group of white-faced monkeys. These guys have no fear of people and in fact they know you probably have some food. But these guys weren't too interested in us as the last people through had left some discarded mango peels.


We continued making our way through the park and as we had been walking for a couple of hours we were ...

Saying Goodbye, Forever?

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... and making it even harder to go. As much as I am devastated by Gigia's death, this is the one time I've been glad he's not here anymore. It would have destroyed me to leave him. I went and said goodbye to him where he's buried under a mango tree in tears. So now I feel horrendous and I'm heading back to Cahuita to leave for San Jose. I made it back to Cahuita and kept listening to non-sad music so I didn't throw myself in front of a bus. I went for lunch at ...

Day 14 - The Last Day

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... Linus today, because well, he's awesome! Honestly he's a actually the cutest sloth ever, he never really likes climbing that much (other than to eat dirt), and will always try and climb back on you. He wants to be held all the time. Whenever I went past his cage today he kept coming to the front and holding my hands to be taken out. Plans on how to steal him people! ;) I also got a little hug with the fluffy beach ball that is ...

Day 9 - An extremely eventful day

A travel blog entry by blondesontour

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... was holding her against my chest and stomach to try and wash her properly. I now smell like pungent sloth! After I helped bandaged her up in an attractive aqua blue bandage I picked out for her and put her back in her cage after giving her some bene-bac. Slothful fact 1-sloths are incredibly resilient, despite the fact her hand was like that under the bandage she was STILL using it to climb around. I honestly have no idea how after seeing what it looked ...

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