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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... potato and onion, and vegetables big enough for 2, or even 3 people. I have to say when Jim and I shared the fish platter it was one of the most delicious meals we have ever eaten. Perhaps that is why his strategy of providing quality instead of lots of choice is so successful.
Eventually it was time to move on, so back on the boat, taxi, bus and bus to reach Golfito, on the Golfo Dulce or Sweet Bay.
The recent history of Golfito is ...
... so you need budget well and bring a lot of cash.
Afterwards I enjoyed the beautiful bay view and relaxed under a palm tree. The water here is not crystal clear and the shore isn't a white sandy beach. Still, it's very scenic.
I had a guanabana batido at a restaurant across the road from the bakery cafe and Gringo Kurt's. Batidos have become a staple in my daily diet, and this place made the best kind! They also ...
... that we just aren’t!. She did however have some interesting facts about spider silk being used by the US military and something about spider/goat DNA splicing that has resulted in spider silk being able to be harvested from the goat’s milk... The walk started much later than others we have done and Jack was just over it all within the first 20 minutes especially as we didn't see any snakes. I think he was asleep before registering he was in bed!
... Since the coral was not spectacular I chose not to do dive but went for a short hike in the forest to River Claro where we went for a swim in the clear, cool freshwater. We were back to Drake by 3pm and spent the afternoon walking around Drake and visiting with Sylvia's friends who were working with the indigenous people here. ...
... tree, a different tree each day, aiming to get there no later than 6am and then I get my binoculars and observe the tree for 4 hours. I take details of the number of open fruits on the tree and then identify and note down the details of every animal that visits the tree in those 4 hours and what they do in the tree (socialise, rest, move around, eat and if they eat the fruits how many etc). Then I check the seed traps below the tree and head back. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking