La Choza del Manglar
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... Morale was at an all time low when after about an hour and a half of wandering, we realized our money bag was still on that stupid bus. Shout outs to our AWESOME Moms for being so patient and helpful that day, our boyfriends for listening to us freak out, and some really nice dude at the bar who calmed us down and helped us out. We got everything under control, found our condo, and have been here for a week now awaiting our new credit cards before we partake ...
... would settle down on the branch again and continue his screeching. He finally did fly off but not without a lot of fussing!
Did see some seedeaters on the grasses as walked back. Decided to clean up and go to Delfines for brunch and check out the birds at the Puerto Jimenez Yacht Club and Delfines garden. PJ Yacht Club is a fanciful name for a piece of property that evidently allows camping and butts up to ...
... As we were heading away from Crocodile Bridge walkway, we could see frigates roosting in the trees along the shore. That was in interesting sight to see. Continued on toward the inlet leading into the manglar and were rewarded with some nice birds along the shore. One of the birds was as tri-colored heron which we had not seen here before.
When we got to Playa Preciosa things had changed! Someone has ...
... to the tip of the Osa Peninsula goes from pavement to dirt to a rutted gravel "road" over and sometimes through multiple rivers. The closest town, Puerto Jiménez, has all you need, but is 45 minute, $40 taxi ride away, so we needed to stock up before we headed to our rental house on Playa Pan Dulce. So with all of our gear, bags and bags of groceries and a 25 lb. block of ice, we made our way south to Casa Linda, near ...
... for another hour back to Canoas. As normal, the Costa Rican side was all good. We changed our money back out and then headed to the Panama border.
This is where the trouble started.
We knew we needed proof of a flight out of Panama (saying that we would be there for less than six months), and we heard there was a fee, but we were unaware that we had to prove that we had $500. We had to either ...