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TravelPod Member ReviewsCabinas Manolo Drake Bay
When I decided to go to Osa I imagined an isolated bug ridden sweaty experience. Cabinas Manolo is amazing! I skyped with my credit card company from their place (in the jungle,) they have a very nice restaurant with great "naturales," a warm and knowledgeable staff, and clean clean rooms. I was very impressed.
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... the beach and met Esther and Doreen there. Had conversation with mel about dad and she had similar thing with hers then thought life's too short. I find it strange 10 years or more on and I still get upset talking about it. Was starving after a while as had no lunch so mel and I went to supermarket and got a few bits then 6 of is went for dinner, really tasty plantanos - yum! Got back and chilled ...
... was a blessing or disguise. On one hand, I got my lift down, and then booked on a tour with them to save money, as they’ve just ridiculously changed the policy that you can’t go in the National Park without a guide which at around $200 (Good Price Sir’ – Yeh good for you, ********) a day is daylight robbery.
Because we arrived quite late, and again the reservations had to be done a day in advance, we essentially had half an hour to go to the ...
... 2 pairs and the last couple of chicks have died because there is not enough space for them to move into their own territory. As we would love to see a Harpy, Neyer, our guide told us about the wild Darien area of Panama where it is possible to go with an eco-tour company to spot them. It is a 4 day trip requiring an overnight stay in an indigenous community with basic facilities, and then a 14 kilometres tough hike/climb in hot and humid jungle over rough terrain to a place ...
... as our guide.
Then we picked up a second pair- a couple from the Netherlands- and headed to the island.. which we couldn't really see in the rain clouds. As we got closer, we saw how beautiful and lush it was. Out of nowhere a scuba diving boat jets past and goes way ahead.. The divers all looked so sleek and cool, in contrast to the flabby white people with dingy snorkeling gear on our boat... hah.
We snorkeled in 2 sites. ...
... Sierpe. An hours taxi ride from Hacienda Baru dropped us off at a riverside restaurant-cum-jetty. Before we’d even got out of the van the boat touts were on us asking whether we had a booking where were we going to. Some were more pushy than others but nothing too over the top. Our Cabinas had already organised places on the Chanchita for us so all we needed to do was find the captain. We arrived way too early so just sat around having a chat with ...