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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Colibri Rouge Cahuita
Los dueños Franceses son los más hospitalarios de todo Costa Rica. Tuvimos un problema con el pago y confiaron en nuestra palabra de pagarles al llegar a nuestro país. Nos recomendaron lugares de interé y el desayuno era incluido.
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... dusky blue birds darting from tree to tree, and brown birds, which I think are Costa Rica’s national bird, the Clay-coloured thrush. They seemed to spread their feathers a lot while settling as if to say—"see, we’re pretty too."
Over the next few days as we moved toward the coast through the Caribbean coastal plain, the clouds kept the temperatures down but the long view hidden. No volcanoes or mountains for us; instead we ...
... boat ride back. While we waited for the boat, we saw an eyelash viper up in a tree. This bright yellow snake gets its name from the tiny scales that protect its eyes.
After lunch we were treated to a bonus activity--Jheudy has a friend in the banana business who showed us around a plantation and processing plant. Carlos was an entertaining tour guide, ...
The Carribean Coast is where we've been looking forward to getting to the most in Costa Rica and it's lived up to it's expectation. Our first destination was Cahuita which I only read about a week before we decided to go there as we had some spare days up our sleeve, and we're so glad we stopped here for a couple of nights.
The main street of Cahuita is a dirt road about 200 metres long and ...
... turned out Cora had not made it anywhere near as far as she had planned so decided to chill out here for a day before heading on. A small little coastal town and surfing/partying hotspot the place has managed to maintain some of its Caribbean culture although that may be because it fits in with ...
... It has two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen. There is also a pool, which we spent most of Wednesday in.
On Thursday we went to the Animal Rescue center, where we saw toucans, monkeys, eagles and a margy, which is like a small jaguar. The best part there was when we went into the monkey cage, and we got to hold and pet monkeys. The other cool thing is that all the animals there are either orphans, injured or depressed, so the rescue ...