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... We had dinner in the Amphora with Donna and Burt and shopped a bit in the ship’s gift shop. Yeah, I bought a WindStar hat. Hadda buy something, and Barry bought me a beautiful necklace. I was still hoping to find some Valentine cards but it was not to be. I'm sorry Barry but I do love you! The ship was rocking a bit that night. A perfect day (except for no whales), a perfect evening. I loved it.
... and would happily return.
The next journey south to Drake on the Osa Peninsular was complicated. We took a taxi to what we thought was a bus station in Dominical. In fact Dominical is not much more than a very dusty street. We waited and eventually the bus arrived and an hour and a half later we reached Palma Norte, a small town. From there we were going to take another bus to reach Sierpe but we discovered it was easier and not too expensive to ...
... that Erik had highly recommended. It was in the center of the beachfront and had rooms with a bay view. It also had a kitchen so we could cook if we wanted, and was much cheaper than finca. The rooms were ghettoer though (which is why I had originally booked Finca Maresia..), but mom seemed ok with that.
Karolina, the manager, was SO easygoing and helpful. We were able to book whatever tour we wanted, on whatever ...
... restaurant, Red Snapper for Deb as a bit of a change, spare ribs for me. Both really good. Drakes Bay Day Two Up at half six as I'm off diving at Cano Island and this time Deb is coming snorkelling, which generally means sitting on the boat reading! It's the best part of an hour out on the boat to the first dive site and en route we encounter a large pod of grey spotted dolphins. Another good dive, Vis could be better but no complaints, saw some stingrays swimming, some big Moray ...
... young Robin Hood (my pet name for Forster as he was always carrying a homemade bow and "arrow"). The atmosphere was relaxed, friendly and as close to home as we've had in a long time.
Aside from a couple drives around the peninsula, a visit to the farmer's market, and a few hikes in the surrounding jungle, we didn't do much beyond hang out at the beach. In part, it was really hot! The lodge (and all of the peninsula) is 13 km off the grid. Everybody relies on ...