Well, our first 24 hours on Costa Rican soil. So far, well, actually, er, bloody amazing! Flight was OK. At least direct. BA ‘Rubbish class’ was a bit grim. The av stuff in flight did a but no v and the food was at best OK. But on time and no drones. Good enough!
A slight mix up with how we actually made it to our first hotel. First one just a place to crash. Fine but available in every town and city all over the world. And a slight mix up how we were going to get to our second. But sooooo worth it! Tortuga Lodge is the sort of place that you dream of. Idyllic was a word invented for here. Soft wave noise, so much wildlife, great food, no cars, only accessible by boat and very few people. Fab. Worth the journey.
A walk in the ‘garden’ (30 acres of secondary rain forest!) and these photos. Loads of flying things. Some birds but mainly mozzies. Totally glorious.
End of day one!
Tomorrow a ‘cruise’. 4 of us in an open boat going into the national park. Yea!
My class of wine calls. Tough life.
I love the little frog. What beautiful colours x
Sounds like your in the “fun” zone now, and hopefully from here on in. There is nothing better than nature and wildlife (not sure which category Tina fits into). Enjoy xx
It looks fantastic. Don’t lick the frogs. Don’t sign up to the swim with the camen experience . Do carry on posting all these pictures to make me green with envy!!
Hi paul and linda, i really enjoy the day to day hilights of your costarican tour, Are you exploring the country on bikes ? Thank you very much for sharing. Wish you all the best Marcus
On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 9:23 AM Paul and Linda Cycle wrote:
> pandlcycle posted: ” Well, our first 24 hours on Costa Rican soil. So far, > well, actually, er, bloody amazing! Flight was OK. At least direct. BA > ‘Rubbish class’ was a bit grim. The av stuff in flight did a but no v and > the food was at best OK. But on time and no drones. G” >
Looks great…can you put out a national alert that Tracey is decending on them in October!