Monthly Archives: January 2018

Puro Saladero

What a season it’s been! We’re well into the high season here at Saladero and it’s warm, sunny and the sparkling blue waters of Golfo Dulce are luscious and inviting. We’ve had just absolutely delightful guests hailing from all corners … Continue reading

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La Niña’s Ever-So-Rainy Dry Season

    What a WET dry season we’ve been having this year, with just massive amounts of rain nearly every day lately! Our head cocinera (Saladero’s cook of 10+ years) Paulina, who’s grown up here on the remote east side … Continue reading

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The Glorious Yellow-billed Cotinga

It was just a flash that caught my eye, high in a fruiting nutmeg tree. 9 Jan. 2018: I was out behind my cabina, doing my morning peruse of the primary rainforest that borders the garden when I noticed some … Continue reading

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The Salt Life: A Mangrove Ecosystem

“Mangroves are among the most productive and biologically complex ecosystems on Earth.” –Smithsonian Ocean Portal You might recognize mangroves as those bushy trees that grow in the saltwater tidal zones of warmer climes, standing on root systems that form a … Continue reading

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