Cabinas Tica

Address: main street , Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B is located on main street , Drake Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

Costa Rica's Garden of Eden

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Apr 01, 2015

61 photos

... lunch which we thought was called Gringo Curds. We left in search of this hilariously named restaurant and quickly found Gringo Curts, named after the amiable American owner. Curt, a former HSBC banker in his mid-30s, came to Costa Rica 6 years ago to suss out the HSBC office in San Isidro (the HSBC branch he was working at closed down during the recession). Instead of moving to work for a bank, he quit, moved anyway and set up Gringo Curts one year later. Curt has ...

First day in the Pacific

A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 28, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... flying fish with ships. We reached the mid point between New York and San Francisco (3154 nautical miles to either port by sea) at around lunchtime today. Now that we're sailing north up the Pacific it's beginning to feel as if the end of this voyage is approaching, but there's still another 11 days on board. We've been travelling at a very sedate pace today across a very calm sea. So sedate, in fact, that we were overtaken by a cargo ship at 3.40pm By late ...

Bahia Drake snoozes the day away

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 22, 2014

48 photos

... on feeders it is a great place to sit and watch birds. He has an interesting marketing philosophy – take what there is as it's good and it would be unreasonable to want more than 3 choices. So in line with this policy he serves three drinks, coke, a 3 fruit smoothie (“gives a perfect blend so that no sugar is necessary”), and the 3 fruit smoothie with rum! The menu consists of 3 dishes, a pasta dish, a fish taco, both serve one person, and a fish platter ...

The Costa Rica Highlands

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 12, 2013

6 comments, 18 photos

... and peaks including the Mountain of Death at 11,400 feet. The whole area is a reserve. Very intense and cold. Stopped for coffee up high and talked to a family who were going to spend the weekend in one of the lost valleys you can get to by dropping down off the ridge road we were on. They were very enthusiastic. After a while the main road drops down to a central valley -- warm and dry at ...

Snorkeling in Cano Island

A travel blog entry by sojanet on May 01, 2013

7 photos

... was not good (maybe 15 feet!?), so I'm glad I didn't dish out moolah to scuba dive. What made up for the bad visibility was the amount of colorful fish- parrotfish, dancer fish, angel fish etc- that we saw. Oh and there was a hawkesbill turtle! I tried pointing out the big stuf to the rest of the group, but other people were snorkeling for the first time and kind of struggling. I definitely recommend wearing a shirt while snorkeling ...

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