From wild life to wildlife (Drive Day 83 minus 14 years)
Ours is the only camper parked on the grounds of Hacienda Inocentes and we could probably skinny dip in the chlorinated outdoor pool. But that’s a little too au-natural – all the other animals are profoundly plumed and gloriously garbed. In the shadows of Volcan Orosi, it is a feathered, fashion show: Blue Morpho butterflies, Scarlet Macaws, Chestnut-mandibled Toucans and the resplendent but too-shy Quetzal out there somewhere.
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