Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Costa Rica Paradise - Pura Vida !, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica Paradise - Pura Vida !

A travel blog entry by fgrsk8r1970

... around 2 p.m. MDT and were met by Randall - Lynch Travel's driver of the private shuttle we had booked to get to Manuel Antonio.  After a 3 h drive over some very narrow, semi-paved roads - dodging crazy people sitting on the sides of the street and ...

Tell us about Costa Rica, Carlos, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Tell us about Costa Rica, Carlos

A travel blog entry by e-1

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... by the river to take pictures of fat American crocodiles and Scarlet Macaws. When we arrive to our hotel, we are too very much in love with Costa Rica and hotel looks like heaven. I'll report on Manuel Antonio tomorrow. To busy with my Margarita, ...

Day 18, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 18

A travel blog entry by jomole

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Quite glad to leave Santa Elena - hotel a bit mediocre and still windy and cold, but sunny, so the drive down the mountain was as spectacular as the one up had been, and after driving for half an hour it was a lot warmer.  We drove south down the ...

The first beach on our journey., Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

The first beach on our journey.

A travel blog entry by ryanvanotten

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... the physic of a Yoga instructor, which come to find out that is one of her many occupations. She ended up sharing a taxi into Manuel Antonio only 7 kilometers from Quepos. She didn't know how to speak any Spanish and she was traveling alone so Jacob and I ...

Quepos, Manuel Antonio et Dominical, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Quepos, Manuel Antonio et Dominical

A travel blog entry by annecybissonet

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... on sent la vie Costa Ricienne un peu, c’est sympa… Le lendemain, après une nuit très chaude, nous allons à Manuel Antonio, la jolie plage d’a côté pour visiter son parc National. Le parc à beaucoup changer depuis que je suis ...

The beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

The beach

A travel blog entry by amchristen

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... it just didn't seem like the right place to take a dip. I feel like it was worth the almost 30-year wait to start in Manuel Antonio. Not only is it absolutely beautiful, but the year-round heat means that the water is lovely and warm. Every time I've ever ...

Tiere, Tiere, Tiere und Strand!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Tiere, Tiere, Tiere und Strand!

A travel blog entry by chasqui

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... konnte ich noch im wirklich warmen Wasser es Pazifik baden, was total angenehm war, da es in Manuel Antonio doch geringfuegig warm war. Aber Costa Rica, was ich zu dem Zeitpunkt gesehen hatte, erinnerte mich doch stark an Malaysia. Von daher hielt ...

Pura Vida en Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Pura Vida en Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by audio

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... the beach when it got dark and then hung out at the hotel pool, which overlooks the playa and Manuel Antonio, whilst sipping "Guaro Sours" - Costa Rica's local drink specialty. By the early evening Nate and I were thouroughly content even though our day ...

Don & Michele's Wedding, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Don & Michele's Wedding

A travel blog entry by urbanhobo

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... 't take any photos after dinner. (We were having too much fun) Tomorrow we join the newly-weds for a cruise and snorkeling adventure. This will be our last full day in Manuel Antonio before we head back to San Jose to catch our flight to Lima on Friday. ...

Lets just say Denise did it again....., Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Lets just say Denise did it again.....

A travel blog entry by nperian

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Ok so I have to say that I am sorry that I have not written one single blog.  The reason is well the place denise picked for us to stay at didn´´t have internet...; Also the place didn´t have a lot of internet cafes. I have to admit that I kinda ...

Dec 29, 2010, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Dec 29, 2010

A travel blog entry by kennendo

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Traumstraende und Kletteraffen, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Traumstraende und Kletteraffen

A travel blog entry by sarahandi

An unserem zweiten Tag in Quepos machen wir uns auf den Weg in den Nationalpark Manuel Antonio. Da wir frueh losgehen, sind wir noch fast alleine in dem sonst ueberlaufenen Park. Wir sehen Echsen, Schmetterlinge und bunte Voegel. Auch ein wunderschoener ...

Horseback ride through the Rainforest, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Horseback ride through the Rainforest

A travel blog entry by fgrsk8r1970

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We were picked up at 9 a.m. by Finca Valmy Tours for our half day Horseback ride through the Rainforst.  We are prepared LOL... Long Pants, Sneakers, Sunscreen, Bug Spray, Hats :-)  A Belgian couple is part of our group and after an 1 h drive ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by johnmueller

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... confined as possible to a few areas so that the whole country doesn’t get overrun.  If that’s the case, Manuel Antonio is a big success.  The highlights of the day were a sloth crossing the trail (veeerrry sloooowwwlly) as we ...

Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by manu_gaehwiler

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Da bin i wieder, dasmal ohni umluut, wo mer anschiinend noed chan laese. Bin ueber s wuchenend in Manuel Antonio, im Nationalpark. Han schaurig vill tier gseh und isch gottlob zwueschesaison und haet drum chuum luet gha. ein tag bin i gsi go surfe, han s ...

My spanish studies with El Paraiso, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

My spanish studies with El Paraiso

A travel blog entry by elparaisoschool

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For those seeking excellent Spanish language courses in a beautiful country with the most kind people, look no further than El Paraiso http://www.elparaisoschool.com. Professors are thorough and patient, and offer engaging verbal, listening and written ...

Manuel Antonio, Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael

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... new hostel, following the advice of the receptionist in San Jose. The journey was only 4 hrs with a brief toilet/ snack stop. Once in Manuel Antonio I found out that the Park will be shut tomorrow, and that is quite a pain. I will still go and see it of ...

First Class, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

First Class

A travel blog entry by blackpearl8

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... , but then thought of the 1km walk along the beach I would need to do, and finally thought of the 11AM bus going to Manuel Antonio National Park and the nice luxurious hotel there (CAsa Verde) with their beautiful shaded pool. While I was waiting for the ...

Bugs and Booze, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Bugs and Booze

A travel blog entry by wartravels

... up her ally, unfortunately. But we made due and it was fine. More deet, please! We woke up and started our way down to Manuel Antonio National Park. We paid the $10 fee, pushed ourselves past the 20 people offering to give us a tour of the park for an ...

Into the Woods, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Into the Woods

A travel blog entry by skelly1981

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... pace, and not have to wait for others.  It was a grand walk into the woods. We enjoyed the beach for a while, then headed back to our hotel for some lunch, a swim in the pool,  some reading in the shade and finally a nap.  Ah, Costa Rica! ...

Contagiously infectious costa rica!, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Contagiously infectious costa rica!

A travel blog entry by jojo_barton

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... in Costa Rica at 10am. We decided to catch a bus straight away to a beach side resort town... Manuel Antonio. Heaps more people seem to speak english in Costa Rica so it hasn´t been so painful trying to get around. its main industry is tourism afterall ...

Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by oagjerms

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... forflyttet oss fra Montezuma til Manuel Antonio Village. Denne lille landsbyen ligger like paa utsiden av nasjonalparken Manuel Antonio, en av Costa Ricas minste nasjonalparker (landet har i alt mer enn 75 beskyttede omraader). Manuel Antonio bestaar ...

Monkeys and whales tail, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Monkeys and whales tail

A travel blog entry by hollynjym

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... the toiletries I had at the sink.  This is more separate.  After we got that taken care of we headed out to Manuel Antonio National Park.  Admission was $10 each and they did take US cash.  Its been very convenient but I don’t ...

Monkeys, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Monkeys

A travel blog entry by urbanhobo

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... so and was pretty upset at the whole incident. Other than the monkeys, the day was pretty low key. We drove up to the park (Manuel Antonio) and walked around the beach area. It's actually very busy and reminds me of some of the busy east coast beaches I ...

Cool bugs and other things, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Cool bugs and other things

A travel blog entry by soul11

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... the hostel or walking around town, and this is where I m finding the really cool bugs. Of course, everything here is cool, it's Costa Rica and one thing it's known for is the biodiversity of life, be it insects' birds or marine based. Not sure what's ...

Manuel Antoniooo, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antoniooo

A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek

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Today, was another early morning, as we were leaving Pirate Cove this morning. We left after breakfast with the destination of Manuel Antonio. We were waved off as we boarded the boat back to Sierpe. After picking up six or so more people, we headed to ...

The Idyllic Rainforest-Beach Combo, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

The Idyllic Rainforest-Beach Combo

A travel blog entry by harryvs

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Arriving here is fantastic. The hostel is perched on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, just 20 minutes walk from Manuel Antonio National Park with heaps of monkeys. The usual explore was in order which involved some rainforest walks and swimming at ...

Beautiful beach and lots of monkeys, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Beautiful beach and lots of monkeys

A travel blog entry by dshaw.355

Wildlife spotted: bald face monkeys, howler monkey, fire bill tucan, sloth, massive lizard, tapir This is an area with great surf, wonderful beaches, tons of wildlife (see above), and lots of impressive islands off shore. The cool feature here is that ...

Faking It, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

Faking It

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... a decent value, overall.  This was our last day in the area, and allowed us to reach a final verdict on Manuel Antonio - while we still prefer Drake Bay, which was a completely different experience, our few days here ...

Monteverde to Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica travel blog

Monteverde to Manuel Antonio

A travel blog entry by shoestring

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... we stopped to change buses and luckily I saw my faithful driver Fernando and was very happy to hear that he would be driving me to Manuel Antonio, grabbed a quick sandwich and we were on our way. The drive took about 3 hours and I arrived at around 13:00. ...

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