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jungle hike with monkey sloth and red frog

Hello there! I honestly don’t know what to say, so I am going to tell you a bunch of random facts instead. I'm a fish eating vegetarian who hates spiders and loves snakes. I almost never took vacations growing up. I wanted to be Pippi Longstocking (still do). I misspell about every other word I write and still struggle with grammar. I love splurging on a good high tea (which is really hard to find these days). And whatever you do, don’t tell me I can’t do something, because then I'll HAVE to do it!

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  • jessicahische

    Hi Nikki,
    Really Nice article.The pictures are amazing.Thanks for sharing this article with us.

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  • Hi Nikki!
    Thank you for the update on the compostable toilets. We are having 2 installed ?
    Now the nitty gritty–what insurance company did you use? Everyone is running scared since two hurricanes hit.
    Thank you for all your help.
    Fair winds and following seas ❤
    Sara

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  • mary vancompernolle

    I wonder if a turtle is faster than a sloth…

    Loved the bright colored mushrooms and frogs, such beautiful colors!

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  • George Moskowitz

    What a joy to watch you guys especially after recovering from the hurricane. You really escaped in time. We are in the middle of replacing drywall and dealing with the mess and your video really helped us escape for a few minutes.
    Thanks again.

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  • Doreen Colnaghi

    Really enjoyed! Reminds us of Costa Rica. Great photos and interesting facts. Thanks! Be safe

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  • Marsha

    I couldn’t understand what the food was, can you explain? Have you ever gotten sick from eating local food? Loved the video!

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  • Hi guys and gals, I really want to thank you for sharing your jungle day with us!! Be safe, Bernard

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  • i sure enjoy laughing with you all. your adventure is fun to be a part of from nw pennslyvania usa…blessings..m

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  • Jeff

    Hey Guys!
    Like a previous commenter, ya’ll are making me relive some of my own history down there. I spent several years in Panama as a kid. I’m super happy to see it through your perspective and Ill keep my fingers crossed for better dive visibility for you in future. Your sailing adventures have inspired me do much that I went down to the windward islands last month and got my ASA certification for both monohull and catamarans. I was there when Harvey blew through but it was just a lot of rain there…. lucky. Have you guys been getting any bad weather? Maybe you got out of the Carribean just in time! Jason, kudos to you for learning Spanish. I’ve got a new word for you, bro. Vez (pronounced like ‘face’ but with a v). When you’re trying to say something like ‘one more time’, you can’t translate that literally as ‘uno mas tiempo’, Instead say ‘Otra Vez’. You’re doing great though. Keep going! Best Wishes Guys! Sure wish I was there.

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  • Tracy

    Thank you, you inspire me each week with your video!

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  • Tracy H

    Jason, your photography is just fine. Superb even. I LOVED the sloths, did see the monkeys and everything else was just great. Happy Adventures!!

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  • Nancy Fernandez

    Always look forward to the Sunday Video Funday. Wonderful hike through the jungle and great video even though you had a hard time Jason with capturing. Thanks for sharing. Have fun and be safe.

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  • John Lockhart

    Am constantly looking forward to Sunday night to see where your travels have taken you! Nice job as usual with the video. As Jason stated early on, Alfred was a pretty amazing individual! I saw a good tip recently about taking a pair of sandals/watershoes in your backpack in case you encounter water so you can keep your hiking shoes and socks dry. I’m sure this won’t be the last time you encounter a trail like this!

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  • JOHN SCHRETLEN

    Easy to enjoy this video. Can’t understand how anybody would give it a thumbs down.

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  • Charles Phillips

    Really nice, normally the sailing videos that have exploring the land get the fast forward treatment, but that was enough for me to watch it all then make a note to visit. Thanks!

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  • Kelly

    Great video! My favorite was the hummingbird, and learning about the sloths. Jason’s spanish is coming along so quickly – very impressive!!

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  • H George Hofmann Jr

    Absolutely stunning photography and sound. I have to include editing because the results are amazing! You all have my permission to carry on!

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  • Daniel Lemaire

    Congrats on the way you moored the dinghy! Adding a stern anchor is THE way to protect it from chafing against the dock, especially where there are tides (you don’t want to come back to the dock and find your ride home stuck UNDER the dock, and maybe punctured, because the tide has risen…).
    When walking in muddy trails, I usually keep my shoes on (without socks): they’ll be wet and muddy, but it’s better than an injury to my feet, which takes for ever to heal in damp climates.
    Keep the great videos coming, we love them!!
    🙂
    Daniel L.

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  • Sue Goetzinger

    Jason your Spanish is getting impressive! Enjoyed seeing the jungle and life on the island.

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