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... national park here with a great guide who was very knowledgeable and helped us spot sloths, huge lizards, racoons, bats, more monkeys and lots of other animals too. Even more humid here so by 10.30am we headed back to sit in blisful air conditioning for awhile. Not for too long though as the pool was calling our name from which we could stare at the amazing view of where the national park meets ...
... the wildlife viewed from the Casita include howler
monkeys, white-faced monkeys, white-nosed coati mundis (raccoon family),
iguanas, agoutis, toucans, parrots, hummingbirds, many other tropical birds, butterflies (including the spectacular blue morpho
butterfly) and much more!
While relaxing on the deck, you may see humpback whales breaching in the
ocean waters of Marino Ballena National Park from January to April, and
from July to October.
... beach to commemorate his dad.
After that we had the opportunity to further explore the trails of the Park plus enjoy the tepid ...
... to do on this trip, so I'm very happy to have gotten certified. Now we are watching the Rose Bowl with the family back at the house (Go Stanford!), though in spirit we are in Pasadena with our many friends who are cheering the Cardinal on in person. We strike off on our own in just a few hours, leaving our only North American destination behind. We are not looking forward to the scheduled 38 straight hours of travel, but are very excited for our next adventures in ...
... eyed babies hung on for dear life. Was it their human-like facial expressions that captivated us so? Their brows furrowed in perplexity or their eyebrows lifted in surprise? Their opposable thumbs or bipedal posture? Or their sheer acrobatic skills that rendered us envious? I could have sat on that warm beach and photographed them all day long.
But our critter viewing wasn't over yet. On our hike out of the park, Edgar spoke in rapid Spanish via cellphone to ...