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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... room is on the fourth floor, which means we actually look down a bit to see the coconuts out our window. But, there are a lot of tiny ants on the counter of our kitchen in our suite.
We wandered around the grounds a bit, which included a trip on a short hiking path (which given the fact that the girls had flip-flops on, it was getting close to dusk, and it had rained earlier in the day, which meant the trail was slippery, probably wasn't ...
... at the hotel. It was so delicious. The owner's wife is the chef. The converted one of the guest rooms into their restaurant with tables set up outside. I had mahi mahi and it was so yummy! We also had one of the best deserts as well!
The next day we had a tour to kayak in the mangroves. We had a double kayak and with our guide we worked our way through the mangrove forests. We had to go at a certain time based on the tides. At low tide the water is too low but if you ...
... the week before, and the snow cones were especially generous. The beach was active and the sun was hot as always.
By midafternoon, after an Imperial or two, I was in that twilight stage somewhere between a nap and being fully awake, when I felt like I was getting a sponge bath. Warm salty, ocean water was being gently poured on me through the squeezing of sponges, and all the while, people speaking to me gently, and telling me that ...
... hotel on the other side of town but realized immediately that it would make for too remote a stay in the area. Hotel Casitas Eclipse is located right on the main road into Manual Antonio park and is thus well positioned near restaurants and stuff. While trying to select an alternative accommodation we popped into many properties and can say with some authority that this one is a winner.
Laid out like a Greek island village, the property is multi-tiered with foliage ...
... retreat to the depths of the jungle during midday heat. Unfortunately we didn’t make it there on time to see any monkeys but we did catch a sloth - and man they move slow! If they moved any slower they would be going backward!!
The beach in the national park was lovely, the water was warm, almost too much so as it didn’t do a very good job of cooling you down after a baking on the beach. Some of you may or may not be aware, that I am not a ...
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