Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica
When we left our two wanna-be heroes, they had burst forth from the jungle with a troop of hungry Capuchin rascals hot on their heels. The captain and crew of Ashika barely escaped inside the largest cage in the compound; the dining hall. All of the enclosures in this remote park in Costa Rica were built to contain humans. People are housed in buildings built with endemic rough sawn forest timber and decorated with chicken wire. Our adventurers would eat the feast laid out for them in the relative safety of a jungle cage.
Having some serious success at smashing the hands of time, the reefs of the Tortuga Islands were once again beckoning Ashika's crew. They decided to take another try at staying in the lovely bays of Isla Alcatraz and Isla Tolinga.
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