La Paloma Lodge

Address: Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in Drake Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

Diving fun

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Dec 04, 2014

... lunch with cute puppy! Food was ok. All the dogs are cute but smell! There was bonfire on beach so we decided to go back and get some beers then come back to beach and sit round fire. Only Doreen Ivo Harsha and I went. So embarrassing and painful - quite steep gravelly slope down to beach lots of loose stones and I ended up slipping and fell over and landed on my right knee and also grazed right toe and bit on left knee ...

Fancy A Challenge?! Do I Bollocks!

A travel blog entry by doove on Apr 20, 2014

146 photos

... on the way, with my usual lack of any 'adequate outdoor clothing’. So it was quite a challenge – but that was it – a challenge – of which none of it was actually enjoyable…

I don’t understand walkers that just do things for a challenge. I’d much rather have some decent scenery and it actually be enjoyable. On this walk the scenery was pretty much dull from kilometres start to finish (there was a moderately ok viewpoint at around 3 ...

Bahia Drake snoozes the day away

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 22, 2014

48 photos

... minute of the following 3 hours It was like being a real explorer, splashing up the creek, shining our torches to spot any life at all, and there was an awful lot of life. The main attraction was the numerous different types of frogs, many of them finger nail sized and including the poison dart frog. These are poisonous because they live solely on ants so their bodies accumulate the acid from the ants and it is found on them in concentrated form.




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Tropical Abominable Snowman and shaking verandah.

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 08, 2014

35 photos

... the best part is that it has 7 kilometres of easy to walk trails which provide shade most of the day. We spent between 6 and 8 hours each day pottering along them, only occasionally passing another walker. There is so much life, insects, iguanas, birds, Peccaries and Sloths. We were lucky enough to spot a Pygmy Kingfisher, no larger than a Sparrow, a snake which I thought was a green Iguana until I zoomed in with the camera, and a Night Jar, the Common Pauraque. We were sad ...

Isla Coiba National Park

A travel blog entry by boonafox on Dec 10, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... were the best I have ever had. My Sweetie and I hike up to the lookout. It wasn't very far but it was steep. And did I mention the heat and humidity? The white-faced monkey provided great entertainment as he dove into the fruit inside a broken coconut. Tito the crocodile was in a small small cove on the other side of the picnic pavilion. Since Tito is neither furry nor cute, I did not walk over to see ...