Jinetes de Osa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinetes de Osa Hotel Drake Bay
Good rooms, great staff, day trips were organized, dive shop was good except very old wet suits. Great food due to their new chef. Location great.
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... saw a second sloth in an adjacent tree moving a little slower. We stood in awe, watching our lazy little friends (Janet named them Fred and Ethel) for almost an hour as the made their way through the branches. Twenty minutes down the trail, we heard the telltale squawking of the scarlet macaw and scaled down the trails to a little secluded beach to investigate. The trees above us contained no fewer than 15 bright red, yellow and blue birds chattering away to ...
Woke up and raining - boo! So went back to bed and got up around 8, as Ivo knocked and said it had stopped raining. slowly got ready and set off around 9.30. We needed to make sure we got to boat point by 1 to get a boat back to drake bay. Meant to be 2.5 hour hike but we kept stopping to take photos and chilled on beach for a bit. We preferred it to Corcovado hike as was more of an adventure. Got a bit ratty with each other ...
... a struggle simply to survive. The diversity of this country so vast and yet some how so delicate.
After lunch, our drive took us even further south where cities were replaced with villages and thick dense Forrest hills and mountains far outnumbered people. Passing through each little village it became clear these people do not seem interested in "flashy" materialistic items, but rather their culture and "simpler" way ...
... st 2 casualties back to fieldbase: Ly Anh back with us (medic) as she has sprained her ankle and Tom who myself, Dave & Krisztina went to collect from one of the trek groups with a bad knee and sunburn blisters!
The rest of the guys are going for another field trip out to the indigenous communities but in the interests of speed (there is a day trek through the jungle) I am not going with them! So I will be at field base on radio and various other ...
... over…and somehow our legs keep pedaling us onward and upward. The angle of the slope isn’t the steepest we’ve climbed, but this hill is definitely the most difficult due to the heat and humidity. It takes us 4 hours to cover 35km. With 2km left to make it to San Isidro, Yannick’s rear tire has lost a lot of pressure again. Since we’re so close, we just inflate the tire and hope it holds until we get to ...