Corcovado Jungle Eco Lodge
Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... a British lady at Chirripo. What's up with that?
Anyway, during the photo op another pair of macaus flew towards the original pair, prompting an instant "oooh!" from us. Like, ooh they are all friends! But no! The original couple started shrieking and biting off the other pair until they disappeared into the forest in defeat.
Then we had a picnic for lunch.. Breyner prepared sandwiches, pasta salad, cookies and pineapple! Love. ...
... get out again by road. During the main wet season (May onwards) many of the local sand roads are washed away and become impassable.
Last night we headed out on yet another night walk – this time with Drake Bay’s ‘famous‘ Bug Lady. Compared to the other night walks we’ve done it was somewhat disappointing – but that is the nature of wildlife and it’s been too dry apparently – we did see some cool ...
... but made good times on super roads (ie tarmac and no house sized potholes). Arrived in Sierpe in 2 hours! Nice restaurant called Las Vegas (totally inappropriately named, although menu was a gamble) Met David at the tourist info office in the restaurant who informed us there was a boat going at 1530hrs huge bonus we can get to Drakes Bay today rather than find a place at Sierpe. Found the boatman sorted out fare and ...
... to see huge bamboo that makes an arch over the trail. I for some reason cannot find these pictures but will add them as soon as I can. The latter part of the hike is along the beach and couldn't be nicer. When we get to the school it has changed since last year. Our guide Danny explains that they have opened up a road to the school, which has brought with it ...
... world. The amenities here are just 2 - the restaurant and the beach!
Our thatch-roof cabins look like they belong on a South Pacific island. There are only a dozen of them, and they overlook the sea.
We had several choices of activities today -we turned down the ...
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