How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Jumanji Bungalows Drake Bay
Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... s Day card from my dear Barry. Did he have a loving card at his place you may ask? No he did not. He is the thoughtful one. I had never given it a thought prior to the trip and there were no cards available aboard. A lame excuse. Plus, all the Valentine’s cards we bought for our families are on the stair steps at home. I don’t think they will get them in time.
Our excursion today was ...
... flustered, partly because she had not received the booking (no-one looks online) and partly because her other guests were Costa Ricans. She kept explaining in Spanish that it was a very simple, rustic place! It was, basically a shack on the beach, but clean and comfortable with a large bathroom and only a few yards from the sea.
The only negative factor was the presence of a kind of crunchy millipede that seemed to have footpath rights across our floor. ...
Early this morning we tie up for a technical stop. Just what does that mean? We offload all the dirty linens and trash; then take on clean linens, bales of toilet paper, fresh produce, and boxes and boxes of all the stuff the ship needs to keep us happy. A lab mix trots by smiling and the birds have Spanish accents. Then we're off to a privately-owned botanical garden that I visited in 1997 when I traveled with the Cleveland Botanical Garden. Case Orquidea is owned by ...
... the dark brown shore.
A driver was waiting to take us to Finca Maresia. We looked around the beachfront area with wander. There were endless amounts of palm trees and colorful flowers, and single-story buildings lining an unpaved road. Finca Maresia is away from the beach, closer to the jungles. We knew this, but as we started driving away and away from the hopping beach area, we felt a little anxious. We knew it would ...
... something's on me, something's on me, get it off, get it off, what is it, what is it?????!!!", she didn't harm it and so I carefully moved him onto the camera lens and put him safely onto a nearby tree where I could take some macro shots of him, and WOW! I read later on that day that they're a sort after frog from professional photographers because of their impressive colouring and markings on their back, just beautiful. During this short excursion we ...