The Roads Less Driven: An Osa Peninsula Journey
During our one full day in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, we found ourselves in cushioned chairs on a wooden deck that sits 20 feet above the ground, surrounded by a primary rainforest and perched atop a long, long slope to a wild and empty stretch of Pacific Ocean coastline.
The air felt soft and damp, and every few hours it would rain. Awhirr with clicking and buzzing and flitting and rustling, these trees were the highway for a whole kingdom of creatures.
This was a wildlife lodge called El Remanso, and we dearly wish we were still there.