Drake Bay Wilderness Resort
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... entry stamp into Panama. Once off the bus in the very busy border area we realised there are no signs at all and there is even a department store with doors into both countries – very confusing.
Eventually we located the CR Exit Counter, only a couple of hundred feet back from the border but because of the cases we had to go and acquire the stamps one at a time to avoid carrying the bags. After that someone magically popped up (honestly, he had been sitting ...
... of the way back to the car, filled with excitement and gratitude for all that Osa and William had offered that night.
We were more sad to leave the Osa Peninsula than any other place so far. The sheer joy of knowing that our next stop would include the convergence of my entire family for the holidays made it much easier to tear ourselves away, with a promise that we would definitely return someday.
... 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 ...
... yet again! Just about the worst pizza ever. Mine tasted like it had Maple Syrup in the sauce, totally gross! To add to the insult, we checked and this restaurant is rated No. 1 of all restaurants in Jiminez on Tripadvisor! The colossal salad was terrific though. All things considered we opted not to eat out again and instead to make use of our room's fridge and eat in most of the time, which we did.
There's not much more to report about our time ...
... and is where we have to sign in and show our permits to enter the national park. we carry on along the beach and its beautiful in the early morning light with the jungle greenery and palm trees fringeing the dark sand. its really hot and humid but he takes us into the jungle and the shade there makes it a bit more bearable. Along the trail he shows us Poisonous frogs, a family of Coati's, which look like raccoons, with 4 really titchy younguns just walking through ...