|Amy hanging with our parrot friend|
|View from our treehouse room|
|Thomas, Raymundo and Amy with her fish|
|De-husking the coconut|
At night however, the wildlife took on a more terrifying nature. Amy in particular didn't like it. She didnt enjoy the bats that lived in our bathroom, the scorpions or the snakes that would lay on the paths to our room. The bugs that enjoyed living in our drying bathing suits or clothes caused her some concern and the ones that tried to join us in bed really worried her. To give her credit she did really well and braved out all that in one of the world's most diverse rainforests. Luckily, we didn't see any jaguars, or else she really would have had a heart attack. With daily highs of 34 degrees C by 10 am, and not cooling off all that much over the evening and with the humidity through the roof, we did take it pretty slow. Lots of showers to cool off in and we would relax in the shade in a hammock during the middle of the day. It was an amazing and unique experience in such isolation. A bit of paradise, maybe not that scary after all.