- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Jumanji Bungalows Drake Bay
Travel Blogs from Drake Bay
... enjoyed if! I love diving and last few dives I've felt so much more comfortable and knowing what I'm doing. Maybe I should become a dive master?! We had lunch on the beach but to top the day off we were trying to spot dolphins at the same time as trying to avoid falling out of boat as pretty bumpy and I wasn't feeling too great but Benjamin spotted in the distance something bowing and it was a humpback whale!! I don't think ...
... countries I have visited on this trip so far. I had also been up a couple of view-points and ran into some of the Americans from my hostel. The first business of the day in Quepos would be lunch at a soda. A soda is a budget cafe, and they don't have them near the hostel in Manuel Antonio. I found one that was close to the bus station and ordered a filling steak lunch for a very reasonable $7 (for Costa Rican prices) including a fanta.
... I just go back now? Yep, time to walk another 5 hours for nothing.
I’ve done a few long endurance type activities on this trip, but this is the first one I’ve had without having my music with me, and as I result I had that quiet contemplating time which other walkers seem to enjoy. Unfortunately my head is largely empty from any meaningful substance and I just went bonkers instead.
For example, as I was getting wet, I started thinking about Wet Wet Wet ...
... activities director gave her a beautiful bouquet of flowers to carry. Amanda was also the photographer and I took a few myself. Captain Pinto “remarried” this lovely couple and after their vows we toasted with excellent champagne. This special event, which had me in tears of course, was held on the sky bridge of the ship at sunset. Not long after the "wedding" a full moon came up. I ...
... 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. ...