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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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... we arrived last night in San Jose, and it wasn't until late this morning, as our flight ascended from the runway of Juan Santamaria airport on our way to the town of Drake Bay, located on the the beautifully-isolated Osa peninsula, that I knew that Lil Buddha had finally forgiven me. But the trip alone still was not enough - I had to swear to Lil Buddha that I would never, ever forget to take him on a trip again.
I had ...
... ever seen a whale before - got to see it blow and then it's tail from a distance - it was massive! I cheered and threw my arms in the air, was so cool especially seeing as whale season has ended, so we were very lucky. Came back showered and chilled. Wondered where Harsha had gone but he slept all afternoon. Loaded his photos onto my ipad when he woke up. Doreen and Benjamin last night so we ate out at place where Ivo and ...
... with us and painted Marissa's nails (but of course). Later today she is in a parade with her school to celebrate the Costa Rican Independence Day, which is tomorrow when there will be an even bigger parade with typical Costa Rican dances and songs (we were promised one from the movie Frozen!) that we can't wait to see. Today, we have just returned from a boat ride in the gulf where we saw dolphins and whales. It was supposed to be ...
... s Day card from my dear Barry. Did he have a loving card at his place you may ask? No he did not. He is the thoughtful one. I had never given it a thought prior to the trip and there were no cards available aboard. A lame excuse. Plus, all the Valentine’s cards we bought for our families are on the stair steps at home. I don’t think they will get them in time.
Our excursion today was ...
... br> photograph their faces as they are so high in the trees and very shy, turning away and hiding. Like the Koala in Australia, they eat leaves which provide little energy, so they move very slowly. In Spanish they are called 'Perezosas', meaning 'Lazies'. Why they have so much fur in the tropics is a mystery to me. They stay at the tops of trees eating for a week and then descend to the jungle floor only long enough to do a poo, which returns much of the nutrition they ...