Cabinas El Mirador Lodge
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flying fish with ships. We reached the mid point between New York and San Francisco (3154 nautical miles to either port by sea) at around lunchtime today. Now that we're sailing north up the Pacific it's beginning to feel as if the end of this voyage is approaching, but there's still another 11 days on board. We've been travelling at a very sedate pace today across a very calm sea. So sedate, in fact, that we were overtaken by a cargo ship at 3.40pm By late ...
... tomorrow, and that is quite a pain. I will still go and see it of course, as it is the reason I am here in the first place, but it will be on Tuesday morning rather than tomorrow. Anyhow, it is the smallest national park in the country, so it is certainly doable. Gilberto, the guy on reception here told me how to get to the border of Panama, which is a little complicated. Tomorrow, I will book a ticket in Quepos (the next big ...
... We are not allowed to take any food onto the island or venture off on any trails, nor are there any toilet facilities for us to use. We are only permitted to wait on the beach until it is time to leave. The Rangers really don't want us to leave any impact on the island!
After our dives, we go to San Josecito beach back on the mainland. The lunch provided by Drake Divers is awesome! It's a buffet DIY sandwich bar with the ...
... Our accomodation was only a $1 fare away and although basic it has a pool and is right next to the jungle. as soon as we walked down the small main street a brightly coloured Macaw flew overhead and a bright green lizard greeted us we got to the accomodation. this area is like jurassic park we both feel really excited about the jungle trek tomorrow.....apart from the ticks mozzies spiders sandflies and other miscellaneous poisonous bitey ...
Last night we had a little bit of a fright when Sandy started screaming in the downstairs bathroom. We all rushed to her aid to find a very large rodent (ok…beetle) on the downstairs sink. I have to admit that it was the largest mammal (ie insect) I had ever seen. I put on my manly air (John disappeared) and disposed of him, but got a picture to scale (attached) before I did. I don't know how he got in there in the first place and I was disappointed to ...