Green Mystery (El Verde Misterioso)
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... one of my 'training' nests I opened one of the eggs and found inside a fully developed albino hatchling. It was pretty much a normal hatchling but like the colours had been reversed. It was cute! Another one that Sam had which she had never seen before was that when she opened an egg, there was not one but two inside! We found twins! Again so cute! The day Vicki and Katie left was at the weekend so we decided to head down to the bar. Well ...
... did get a wonderful shot of a momma capuchin with her baby on her back and a few good ones of iguanas, of which there is no shortage in Costa Rica..
Back on our heavenly yacht, our new friends, Donna and Burt invited us to Candles. This meant dinner on the aft deck under the stars and nearly a full moon. A perfect way to end a perfectly wonderful day.
... The door opens slowly and a frantic face appears"OH MY GOD I AM SO SORRRY" in a screen voice. Guests had just left, room was not ready, had been some chaos in the kitchen from last night......all we could do was dump our stuff, sit out the back in the sunshine. Have a supersized coffee and go and explore Santa Monica.
It really is like a movie set, jet lag kicked in and all three of us ...
... s farm to take
advantage of so I may be taking a few days off from Upala each week for the
rest of my trip…It helps that many of these trips can double as an adventure
for me as well as an opportunity to meet with women farmers. Mixing work and
play is always a good thing.
didn't get back to Upala until 5pm, I grabbed my computer from the office and
walked back to Norma’s. After ...
... had strung a rope across the road for them. There were more than a dozen, including babies clinging to their mother’s backs. Some of the monkeys were howlers. The monkeys were fascinating to watch as they crossed. Not just fascinating, downright exciting! It was a bit annoying seeing another tourist trying to entice them down with a banana. He claimed he’d been told it was okay to feed them, but Ben and I ...