El Remanso Lodge
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... I didn't find the diving at Caño Island mind blowing, but that could have just been because of the weather on the day (heavy showers, kind of overcast) affecting the visibility. There were definitely new species of fish I've never seen before, but I didn't think the overall number of species I saw was particularly high. However, if you're going to be in the Drake Bay area, it's definitely worth a look.
We have been without the laptop and decent wifi bandwidth for a few days now as we were in the Corcovado National Park so this is a major update blurb-wise. Currently we are now luxing it up at La Luna Lodge in Carate before coming back down to earth for the final week in Costa Rica in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca on the Caribbean coast.
One of the big plans of our trip to Costa Rica was a 20km hike into the Sirena Ranger Station in the middle of the Corcovado ...
... Spanish and they said they found very little and seemed nervous when Robert took their picture. They picked up their bikes in one hand and gold panning equip in the other and continued wading across the shallow river crossing.
We also waatched some people upstream crossing a swinging bridge to the other side.
As we drove along on back to Puerto Jimenez with Craig we all decided to head on back and then drive to check out ...
... Rica. Populaire autour du monde comme destination eco touristique grâce au nombre important de parcs nationaux. Nous nous rendons en premier à Puerto Jimenez, village sur la cote Pacifique sud d'où nous partons explorer le parc Corcovado. Selon notre guide, c’est le parc le moins touristique, et celui ou nous avons le plus de chance de voir des perroquets. Et ce fut le cas. Nous en avons vu plus d’une vingtaine dans ...
... The border crossing was particularly painful though. We had gotten up early to give ourselves plenty of leeway to make sure we arrived in Golfito in time to catch the 11.30 ferry and had caught a small, full bus to the border (the buses are nice and regular in Panama it seems). We hopped off the bus and saw a massive line and realised, with dread, that it was the line out of Panama, where we had to get our exit stamps. Not only was the line long, it ...