El Remanso Lodge
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... across the river! After a short struggle Vicky's short legs managed to climb up and over (there are some advantages to being tall!) and we continued upstream. Shortly after we found a place where the river deepened enough for us to submerge ourselves and cool off, however being buffeted by the fast flowing river stopped the experience being completely relaxing as we were having to cling on to stones on the bottom to stop ourselves being swept ...
... if no one else could ring ahead then I'd be one of the first ones there in the morning.
When I arrived there were people camping outside the ticket entrance overnight like some kind of teenage boy band fanatics – HELLO, IT’S A ******* WALK!
In complete refusal to queue up for a walk, I went and got a hostel so I could finally treat myself to a wash (with warm water :O) have some food, and seeing as I was shattered, a ...
... hike, is quite the character as you can tell by the pictures. The flower is called hot lips and the red makeup comes from the seeds in a fuzzy pod of an ornamental plant. For the afternoon hike we sail for the Saladero Reserve at the edge of the Piedras Blancas National Park. Here I encounter a half-grown white and ginger kitten. When I approached it on the way to the trail, it ran. When we returned, I said, "El gato lindo." It marched right over to me and smelled my ...
... there, and hike back the next day, or stay another night, in order to enjoy all that surrounds the station. On my Costa Rica trip in 2009, I spent two nights at Sirena, and saw some epic wildlife, including Crocs, Tapirs, Anteaters, etc...This time around we did the day trip, and it was well worth it. It's much cheaper, and we were lucky enough to see some amazing things, as well as have the trails all to ourselves.
... our home.
Osa Clandestina couldn't have been more perfect for the Millhouser family. We were the only guests, so we never had to fret about the girls' bothering other people. Our cabina was spacious, and the baby monitor stretched to the lodge, so once the girls went to bed, Paul and I could relax at the lodge together for an hour or two. The swimming beach was a mere 300 m walk. At night we could hear the surf crashing on the beach. Our hostess Mary Alice ...