Osa Resort Club
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... ranger type pointed us in the general direction of our lodge, lent us some torches and sent us on our way. The 30minute hike (with all our gear btw), took closer to 40 or 45 as we took two wrong turns. Not a great start. We then had to ford a river and spent the next twenty minutes on a fairly taxing uphill to the lodge. How Robin found out about this place I dunno. Needless to say by the time we got to the top I was drenched in sweat.
The lodge is ...
... in science class with a British voice over, but our guide was actually a native Costa Rican, so it wasn't British. We saw so many cool trees, plants, animals, and insects during our 11.5 MILE hike through the jungle. I think it would just be easier to list them, rather than write a paragraph about each one, especially since we're not being graded on this. -Killer tree- has been taken over by a parasite that basically swallows the tree. Looks awesome -Spider ...
... other day that I totally agree with. When I am at home, I am actually a pretty picky eater, but when I am traveling I will eat anything and EVERYTHING... I also eat about 20 times the amount of food when I am traveling as when I am at home.
When we came back towards the house I heard the weirdest music. It sounded like those slidy whistles we used to play with when we were little, mixed with weird Navy sonar sounds, but it was loud and it sounded like ...
... having trouble identifying all of them!! There was a wood creeper that still have not identified and several woodpeckers flitting about that we were not able to get a good bead in the shadows of the early morning on them but still enjoyed walking and looking. We did find a new bird we had not identified before, the common tody flycatcher. It is about the size of a warbler and could be mistaken for one but the coloration ...
... us much attention at all! They are so well camouflaged and you can easily miss them as you paddle past!
Headed back and right near Playa Preciosa Robert spotted a mother flycatcher with four small featherless babies in the nest. It sure didn't look like they had much protection from the sun or predators! Continued on back and by the time we arrived back at Cabinas Jimenez we were quite tired and ready to cool off!