Vista Drake Lodge
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Vista Drake Lodge Osa
Travel Blogs from Osa
... week, and he has some of his own coffee plants that he maintains to organic standards. We were fortunate to get to drink some of his coffee while we were there. He uses a popcorn popper to roast his own beans, and they were so delicious. This and Wilson’s coffee (below) are the freshest coffees I’ve ever tasted.
Wilson and Martina’s coffee
When we visited Wilson and Martina last week, we were invited inside ...
... food, and to setup a time for us to come by and experience the coffee harvest. Oh, yeah, because they own a coffee farm! So we setup a tentative time early next week to come by for that, and Martina said she would call us back after discussing with Wilson.
About an hour later, we get a visit from Wilson himself. We discuss the plans for next week, and he offers to bring us to his house in his car today so we can see ...
... airport trying to convince a taxi cab driver to bring me to the MUSOC (bus terminal) for less than $25 but he wasn't budging. After 40 years of working in transportation though I guess you just don't give any thought to tourists asking for a deal, haha. He told me I COULD take a bus if I absolutely insisted but that it would take me easily several hours to get to where I wanted to go if I chose that route. "OK" I'll spend the $25 and ...
Today also started very early for us. We met Pastor Payton a little after 7 to go the elementary school. We got there and started cleaning off the metal fence in order to be able to paint it. We used an oil based paint in order to paint it silver. This was an experience for us all as it got all over us! We also did a bunch of landscaping laying mulch and plants around trees. It was awesome to hang out with the kids when we could on ...
... to the currently being renovated (or constructed) tree nursery. At
present, we have crates of young trees sitting on a plastic tarp, but soon the
nursery will consist of a 12 foot long, arm height bench stocked full of fresh
humanure (its mixed with sawdust, not as bad as it sounds), decaying jungle
humus (not like what you eat), rice shells, and clay – the perfect fixings for
a powerful soil mélange. Look up from the bench and find ...