Well, it was amazing! I don't have a ton of time, so I'm just going to give the highlights.
1- We rented an amazing house through vrbo in the Jungle above Ojachal # 326107. However, 4x4 is a must and it is quite the dirt road. The house was such a great place to stay. We picked up groceries for breakfasts and snacks. LOVED it for reading, relaxing and swimming in the pool.
2- We were there July 9-16. I expected a bit of rain every day, but we got more than that. One day, we couldn't do anything except nap and read at the house. We did leave the house for awhile, but then the small creek flooded out the road and we had to wait hours to get back. Other than that, we got to do all our fun activities (mostly in the rain) but no beach etc.
3- "Towns" is a generous term for Uvita, Ojachal, etc. I wasn't expecting much, but they are really really tiny. I loved it, but know that there is not much available in terms of shopping etc. even souveneirs.
4- We ate at San Clemente's (not so great and the waitress never brought us back our change... weird), Citrus (very yummy!!!!) and my favorite, Exotica. I ate there twice. I crave the passion fruit sorbet. sigh. We also thought the ceviche stand on the way to Ojachal that had the "fried fish" sign was excellent. Most of our excursions included at least lunch. My husband is very picky and so the first time I packed him a sandwich. No need. The lunches that were included in all 4 of our adventures were AMAZING and super yummy!!!!
5- Sharon McIver, in Ojachal, has a spa set up on her property. Both my husband and I had massages there. She was amazing and I would highly recommend her! email@example.com.
6- River rafting on the Sevegre- Dominical Surf Adventures. They were TERRIFIC and we had an amazing time. I would use them for any of their trips!
7- Ziplining- the day we were going to zipline it rained and rained. We were supposed to go with Osa Mountain, but in the end it didn't work out. So, last minute, on our way to the airport, we went with a company out of Quepos. They were great. Wish I could remember who it was:(
8- Horseback riding with Don Lulos Naucaya. So fun! Maybe my favorite thing. I wear contacts and I have learned my lesson from previous trips. Bring goggles! It made a world of difference. The horses were fun and quite frisky, the ride was beautiful, the guides were fun and helpful, the food was soooo good and the waterfalls were unbelievable. Do this for sure!j
9- Our friends did SCUBA and said it was good. Not a huge dive destination, but still fun if you have the time.
That's about it. Can't wait to go back! Thanks to everyone who answered by millions of questions.