Aguila de Osa Inn
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... small town stretches for 3 or 4 kilometres along the coast squeezed between the sea and the hills which rise up within metres of the shore in places, so it is possible to be in forest in minutes. The southern strip contains houses built by the American company United Fruit for the workers in the banana plantations that they developed in the area. That was the sole source of work for many years. The managers lived further along the shore in large houses surrounded by beautiful ...
... that evening until nearly
10 then we turned in to start our first build day tomorrow!
One sad note. Gaylon and Rose received news that Gaylon's mother had taken a turn for the worse. After the 7 hour ride they needed to turn around and go back to try and catch a plane home as soon as possible. We prayed with them before they left for a safe journey home and for God to give comfort and strength to their family.
... up in a Corcovado Canopy Tour truck. Even the ride itself was fun and thrilling, fording through Agijuita River!
We came across a ranch and a well-maintained cabin, the office of the tour company. From there we got fitted into rock climbing gears, a helmet, and a special glove. We were the only guests for the afternoon, so it was like a private tour! Our main guide was Pedro, an elderly Costa Rican guy who spoke very calmly, ...
I was up early in Drake on Friday to meet 5 others and the boat and guide at 7am to boat an hour to Canos Island for snorkeling. The snorkeling was nice as water was so warm and clear and many fishes but coral was not spectacular, as mentioned. I had access to air tanks for diving but they wanted $100 more for a tank and ...
... just shows what sort of guides they are. It was very hot so headed down the coast to our next stop at Uvita, only 25 miles away, which is much quieter. Our Lonely Planet said it was unpaved road, but they put in a new road last year, so it didn't take long. We realised that what we thought were date palms were, in fact, for producing palm oil and there are miles of them. We are now sitting on the terrace of our villa ...