Oxygen Jungle Villas
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... road we turned down had entrance fees, therefore, we continued to turn around and try again. At last we found a sign for a restaurant, by the sea. This could work and we were really ready for lunch. When we saw the menu it seemed like overpriced BBQ so, you guessed it, we didn't stay there either. So what did we decide? We went back to Uvita and paid the $4 to park, eat lunch, and hopefully see the beach and whales tail. There ...
... given our first taste of the "poor" of Costa Rica - and his house was quite nice compared to some of the others that we saw later in the day. Ronald lives with his sister because his wife also left him after all of this happened. We drove a little longer than an hour south to Ronald's house. I had the privilege of riding with Tim whom owns a hotel with his wife. They've lived here for two years, and he was able to tell me a lot about Osa and living in Costa Rica.
... As we sat down at a table to wait, the owners wife turned up to serve our breakfast. And a very nice breakfast it was too - fruit, fresh juice, excellent coffee and the best gallo pinto (rice and beans) we have had so far on our travels.
Feeling full after our breakfast, we walked down the dirt road to Parque Nacional Marino Ballena. The marine park, although small in size, is considered very important in Costa ...
... is home to the worlds longest whale migration period. You can see whales here the majority of the year. Even better, there's a natural peninsula type thing that appears at low tide called the whale's tail. It's a bunch of rocks joined to the shore by a sand bar that happens to look exactly like a whale's tail. We took a photo that gives you the gist when we walked out there, but you can only really appreciate the shape from the air, so I've included a google images photo ...
... more like boulders), roots from nearby trees and animals (the largest frogs I've ever seen), we emerged successfully as the dream crusher (the measuring stick) validated the last holes' completion! Cheers could be heard for miles (kilometers)! Next we were off to the farewell celebration where we were taught how to make empanadas - some more successful than others. We played games with the kids, "talked" with the families and shared in some singing. It was ...