Jademar Cabins

Agujitas, Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

Bahia Drake snoozes the day away

A travel blog entry by swanning_around

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... Jose, CR, didn't qualify. Luckily as we learned this in advance we had taken steps to manage this situation. More about that when we are safely back in CR.



Then it was a collectivo to David, driven wildly and stopping frequently, a quick change there to a bus (retired US school bus complete with rules intact) and soon we reached Boquete. Our tales of Panama will continue next time but I should say the people here are very friendly thankfully, unlike at the border.



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A jungle tour of Corcovado National Park

A travel blog entry by sojanet

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... Kind of like playing Where's Waldo in the rainforest. We saw spider monkeys, ant eaters, tapirs (a highlight!), toucan, colorful birds and butterflies, harleyqueen beetle, American alligator, and a ton of exotic plants of all sizes.

On the boat ride back to Drake Bay, we saw a pod of white spotted dolphins in the ocean!

The whole experience was so neat! Getting to see so many diverse animals in ...

A day to remember

A travel blog entry by ahlquist

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Day 13

Last night we had a little bit of a fright when Sandy started screaming in the downstairs bathroom. We all rushed to her aid to find a very large rodent (ok…beetle) on the downstairs sink. I have to admit that it was the largest mammal (ie insect) I had ever seen. I put on my manly air (John disappeared) and disposed of him, but got a picture to scale (attached) before I did. I don't know how he got in there in the first place and I was disappointed to ...

My Birthday and Penultimate Week in Drake Bay

A travel blog entry by karen.toft

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I think all the animals knew it was my birthday this week as they all came out to see me.

I've seen all the usual stuff like howler monkeys, spider monkeys, cappucins, toucans, coatis etc but also this week I’ve seen Squirrel Monkeys, Tapir, a Sloth on the ground, a Pygmy Squirrel, a Kinkajou, a Striped Hog Nosed Skunk and also a Great Tinamou at long last.

So the Tapir (closest relative is the rhino and ...

Turtles and things

A travel blog entry by karen.toft

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... when I was identifying what species of rat it was, I discovered that the plague isn’t a thing of the past and still has the potential to wipe out cities in developing countries and that there isn’t actually any difference between mice and rats (its just that larger mice tend to get called rats). Knowing this new information about the plague though, I do still like rats, or large mice rather, and this one was of the very cute, really fluffy black ...

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