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Where do you go for the best wildlife spotting in CR?

Where do you go for the best wildlife spotting in CR?

Jul 31st, 2008, 08:52 AM
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It sounds really wonderful - thanks for filling in the gaps for me.
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Aug 1st, 2008, 10:49 AM
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Dana, glad you liked Mawamba. Our experience was more mixed, probably because the wing of cabinas they had us at was not off of a wooden walkway but a dirt path and because of the CONSTANT rain impossible to keep clean. And our clothes got soaked on one of the boat tours, it was laughable because it was raining so hard and the boat was going so fast it was literally like someone was standing there tossing buckets full of water at us. Went right around those industrial ponchos. And once our clothes were wet there was not a single place to hang them to dry. AND the people next door to us complained repeatedly about our kids, ages 2 and 4 at that time because they had the audacity to talk at 2:00 in the afternoon when said couple was trying to take a nap. Let's just say we were much more in our element at Bosque del Cabo. Although I may have to return to Mawamba for the red eyed tree frogs alone...
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Aug 2nd, 2008, 09:47 AM
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Sorry your experience at Mawamba was not as good as ours. We had 4 adjacent rooms, so we basically had an entire building. We could hear everything in the rooms next door, but obviously that's no excuse for complaining about noise during the middle of the day! This is a note for others: the rooms have screens for windows, with shutters only, so sound travels pretty easily from room to room.

I have not been to BdC, but it's on the list for my next trip!
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