Aguila de Osa Inn
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... money from travellers seem to operate unhindered. Many of the people we met in Drake have to go there every 3 months to renew visas by crossing the border and then re-entering Costa Rica and they have plenty of stories to tell.
Anyway, our host at Purruja Lodge kindly drove us to the bus station alleviating the need for case carrying at that stage, and we climbed aboard the bus to the border. It is necessary to obtain an exit stamp from Costa Rica before ...
... 2 toed and 3 toed and they sleep for 16 hours a day, and only come down the tree to go to the toilet once a week. We had a lot of luck on our tour and we saw FOUR deadly snakes, and our guide said that he had never seen so many before in one night. We even saw two making some snake lovin’. The pit vipers and they were a beautiful colour of bright green, and I have no idea how the guide spotted them!
... br> Once we arrived at our entry point, Breyner distributed sack lunches and started leading the group along the beach. He would randomly dart into the forest to find animals or set up his tripod with binoculars for us to see. For the first hour or so, we only saw a herring and a boa constrictor (found by a guest while Breyner was making a futile effort to locate something).
It definitely lifted our spirits when ...
... etc we did not expect a Miami Vice style whizz into the Ocean. needless to say we spotted nothing but hung on for dear life.S thrilled, P disappointed no crocs. Wet landing at Pirates Cove Cabins/Hotel which we had read about. Basically boatman reverses boat onto beach as near as he can and you jump of the back into the swell with strollers and scramble ashore. Not very Oberoi. We were greeted on the beach ...
... less than a mansion. It is a villa in the jungle. The path that leads to their house is cut through the thick of the rainforest and can barely fit one vehicle at times. It is extremely bumpy, even with good suspension. it really is not a road, it is an off-road trail and at night is totally dark as you navigate through while hearing the chirps, whistles, and brustling of the rainforest. Their house is one of the nicer homes I´ve ever been fortunate enough to stay in. ...
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