Crocodile Bay Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... walk back, but our guide bought us some ice cold beers to celebrate! Just so happens that the next day was his birthday. So, after hustling back to make our bus to Escondido, we said our goodbyes and thanked Jeremy and his family for being such excellent hosts and then headed back to Puerto Jimenez for a fun night out with our tour guides from the past couple of days. Don't worry, the family we were staying with knew our tour guide and it was safe. ...
... out the waves on the other side and then down into the manglar for a paddle through there. The tide was coming in as we went into the manglar and so the paddling was quite easy. We could hear more birds than we saw but it was still quite a nice paddle.
On the way out, the tide was so high that almost missed the way out. The tide had gotten so high the passage looked like it was just a small break in the manglar but fortunately the scenery to the left was ...
... from two guys from Canada who had just returned from Osa Corcovado.
This year he also has bikes you can use so it has been a great place to hang out for a week while waiting for the "bits and pieces" for Robert's dental work to come in. On top of it being a great place to stay, it is a great place for people going into Osa Corcovado to get information, store luggage, and visit with others who have been before.
Life is moving along so quickly! December flew by, and now we are well into the new year. But memories of our 2 weeks on the Osa Peninsula in southern Costa Rica are still vivid, as it was one of the most amazing places any of us has ever been.
We accessed this remote region of Costa Rica via a border crossing from Panama. The crossing itself was an adventure, as it was just before the holiday season and VERY busy. ...
... balance when I reached back to retrieve it and put it on. Near the end of the walk into the forest Jose stopped at the most astounding strangle fig. He related the story of being the guide for one of the Jeopardy video answers. While the woman was reading the clue, he was stopped down beside her to hold a small sapling out of her face. He was astounded that she memorized the clue and did it perfectly. I asked how they kept ...