Aguila de Osa Inn
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One chilly day in December we stumbled into a cafe in La Paz, Bolivia in search of decent coffee. Cafe del Mundo not only supplied us with our much needed caffeine fix, but it also had a scrapbook for travelers to write comments and tips. Jenn read one entry that raved about a jungle paradise in Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Osa Peninsula is home to one of the continent's last remaining patches of Pacific rainforest, Parque Nacional Corcovado, which was labeled by ...
... restaurant in Drake Bay. Now I have never met 2 people who seem happier and content with life after giving up high paying city jobs for the good life. Their restaurant, Drake Bay cafe hosted My 34th birthday celebrations and they make the most unbelievable Pineapple fruit smoothies and banana with milk smoothies.
Sadly all good things have to come to an end so the day after Gareth's very chilled beach birthday, we decided to more on to a new adventure ......
... people.One afternoon we stopped for an ice-cream and started chatting to a late middle-aged couple with a teenage son from the US. It was only after we had discussed Drake, good walks, the wild life etc for some time that it became clear that they were Jehovah's Witnesses carrying out what they called, 'door to door work'. They had been placed in accommodation more than an hours walk from Drake in a very remote hamlet and they had to do that walk morning and evening. They had ...
... an amazing place, very beautiful but with dark beaches, a long long way from anywhere in an unspoilt landscape of ocean and forest. As expected our accommodation is simple but adequate and it is probably the most relaxing place I have ever been. The hammocks are very comfortable. In fact some people don't even need hammocks – see last photograph! We want to take some trips but will say more about them in the next blog.
... I am reminded of an
earlier revelation I received upon admiring the birds of the valley, “Just as
the birds of the mountains maneuver effortlessly among the winds, so too should
we move through the current of God’s calling on us, putting our energy towards
maneuvering through the current while not expending any vital strength in
creating our own.”
So here I am, Thanksgiving has just passed
and Christmas ...