Corteza Amarilla Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out of Puntarenas, which is a long peninsula of about 10km and only about half a km wide, which is it appears, a very popular spot for families to come out to spend a day by the sea - it was crammed with people and cars near the beach areas which run along the length of this peninsula, and looked like they were set for the day, encamped with barbecues and alongside ...
... pull the washing off the line as we were trying to peg it out. I booked my Tuesday and Wednesday tours online which required sending scanned copies of my passport and debit card as well as the booking form, so I'm afraid I was a distraction for David in having to help during this process. Despite my best intentions, I didn't get any postcards written and sept. A good deal of the day in the garden playing tug with Chloe, with her winning most if ...
... We have learned that the sun rises and sets at about 5:30 every day, so we'll see how THAT goes. Up next: dinner and then preparing for a small plane ride over the jungle tomorrow morning to our next destination, Puerto Jimenez on the Osa peninsula. Follow along on your map ...
... and females and one male really close when he came to get some fruit from a tree right next to us! They were beautiful, despite not having their 2 foot long mating feathers, and shone emerald green in the sun with a bright red chest. We also saw amazing hummingbirds, a trogon and hundreds of swifts. After the bird watching and a quick brekkie, we hot-tailed out of San Gerardo, back to Quepos to drop off the hire car, and then rushed to the bus station to make ...
... somehow ended up on the hike without ever encountering a proper entrance... Good start! It claimed it was only a 3km hike to the lagoon so we were joking about how the Austrian girls could have taken 2 hours to do it, especially after the first 1.5km only took about 15-20 minutes. Joke was on us in the end though... That second half was literally straight up never ending steps through roots and mud and puddles. I was loving life, better than the pitons! Dave was quite fit as ...