Oxygen Jungle Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... you know, for couples. The friend was right and now there are several on the property. After struggling for a few years to build the business Flutterby got the nod from Lonely Planet, Rough Guide and TripAdvisor. The rest is history and now the sisters have more business than they planned for.
Flutterby and a few other hostels are located near the south end of the Marina Ballena (Whale) National Park - a pristine stretch of beach that fans out ...
... patient he has been with us all! Our bus drivers were quite hilarious. They were getting a kick out of our limited Spanish. Personally, I'm surprised how much I have remembered from high school when I haven't used my Spanish in 7 years. Fredy also decided to throw me under the bus with one of the bus drivers and tell him I was single. However, they were quite accommodating. The drive from San Jose to Uvita was absolutely gorgeous! So many of us were tired, but we wanted ...
... I'm sure flying in is much faster than driving in...stuck behind cement trucks. Soon the jungle stepped aside and showed me why the country is called Costa Rica. The coastline was a spectacular display of cool blue Pacific waves dancing around sand and rocks, being watched over by a troop of green mountains fringed in palms and grass and leafy vibrancy.
This is where my hostel was. In Uvita, a ...
... woken in the morning by howler monkeys and some chattery little birds which we have named 'Caitlin & Missy' birds as they are very vocal in their chattering!! We booked our boat trip for the first morning and went to meet Ronald our guide for the morning. We got in his car which towed the boat down to the sea and launched it on the beach. Ronald said that he couldn't promise we would see whales but would show us other things ...
... here (Heather was called back to base) it is quite a busy week! The two surveys are an integrated incidental walk with bird point counts (stopping and counting birds at designated places) where the objective is to see as much as possible, and a camera trapping project that i planned and initiated in the reserve, with the aim of finding elusive mammals and hopefully the chance of identifying ocelots.
The local town is much further down the mountain, and is based ...