While sitting here in my home in Minneapolis Minnesota, I was thinking back of my recent experience in Costa Rica.
My favorite time of the day, as mornings. I enjoy having a cup of coffee and relaxing to think about my daily activities. What I really enjoyed about my morning coffee while in Costa Rica, was the ability to open the doors in the Villa and let the breeze flow through while sitting on the patio near the pool listening to the tropical birds and the jungle animals.
The plethora of colorful birds in Costa Rica was very impressive. In Minnesota we have robins, blackbirds, blue jays, cardinals and sparros primarily. Although these birds are beautiful, and mildly colorful, they are not near as colorful and vibrant as the birds of Costa Rica. The Scarlet macaw or Lapas as it is called in Costa Rica, is amazingly beautiful.
On my recent trip, we did make a few trips to the beaches, however on my next trip I think I will make more trips to the beach. I have never seen a whale in its natural habitat, so this is on my checklist of things to do. I have also wanted to go deep sea fishing, and this is another item on my bucket list.
I appreciated the fact that the villas are equipped with washer and dryer and microwave and for kitchen, however I did not need to take advantage of those amenities. Personally, I enjoy dining out so that is what I did. Similarly, the swimming pool was available, however I did not take advantage of that either. The pool is however, a wonderful place to sit and enjoy nature.
Most people go to Northern Costa Rica because it is familiar to them with the capital of San Jose being there. Fewer people come down to visit in the Osa Peninsula area, only because they are not aware of how easy it is to access. There is a small airport that is very close by, and also a hospital, small city and only minutes from the beach.
I encourage you to inquire about the multiple properties, amenities, tours and opportunities provided by Osa Property Management.
BRAD MagicBrad GUDIM