La Leona eco Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Corcovado National Park
... a beer and humus and tabouli. It was quite good. A family from Chi wow wa, Mexico ( spelled the city phonetically) was sitting next to us and they asked Melody to take a picture of them and then we started talking. A very nice family.
As it turned out Ronald was there and seemed delighted to being us back to the lodge. The lodge has been very peaceful. And relaxing.
... style="font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', 'Segoe UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">-hike was good n saw coati, cool beetles n spiders w intricate coloring, spider monkeys w babies, tree frog n more.
-was very impressed w how Ty held up given his ...
... the generator when we lost power, I headed out for an early morning SUP. paddled about 40 mims to the river mouth n then another pleasant 30 mins up the river where temps were cooler due to shade n the river water.
-saw many electric blue butterflies but no cayman, iguana or monkeys
... after forgetting the car seat an having to wrangle with customs police in pigeon Spanish, we boarded our little hopper to Drake Bay. Then a bumpy taxi ride and finally a boat to our lodging. Truly planes, boats and automobiles to get to this remote outpost
-well worth it as the staff and facilities r top notch n ...
... of a cross between a gerbil and a rabbit, like a gerbil supermodel with long and luscious legs for strutting down the tropical runway.
The agouti are like the biggest geeks and nerds in school, constantly attracting unwanted attention from the predators of the Costa Rican jungle, getting picked on by the coatimundi, jaguars, ocelots, and birds of prey. It's not like the agouti can even put up much of a fight, being more cute ...