Golfito in southern Costa Rica was originally built as a company town for the United Fruit Company and its banana empire.
Golfo Dulce, southern Costa Rica after an afternoon downpour. The louvers in the hatch enable us to get ventilation below without the rain entering.
Collecting water during a typical daily rainstorm in Costa Rica - it's the beginning of the rainy season here!
Hummingbird building a nest at the end of a leaf in Casa Orquideas, a private botanical garden in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica
Mature and newly planted palm oil plantations - a major crop in Costa Rica responsible for deforestation
Bats sleeping in a furled ginger leaf - note the suction cups on their feet enabling them to hold on - Manuel Antonio National Parque
Beehive way up in a tree - the local honeybees have now hybridized with the more aggressive Africanized bees
Our great Tico guide, Nito, with his chihuahua, Coco Antonio from Sucorso Tours (Puerto Jimenez) who took us to La Tarde Ecolodge for a day hike.
Our pilot guiding us over the bar as we leave Bahia del Sol, El Salvador. With him was Bill from svMita Kuluu