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... the mangroves and snatched her crackers away. As the photo I shot immediately after shows, Vivian was devastated. She immediate began crying, and then she threatened to "cut down all the trees so no monkeys could live here." I know, I'm a terrible parent, but I couldn't stop laughing. The whole situation was so predictable and inevitable.
Several tears and a few minutes later, further down the path, we saw those naughty monkeys again. We approached ...
... stay longer than they have booked for . . . Come over to see and feel the reason.
Our client Jessica Smith wrote:
La Palapa is for us and many people we meet that paid a fortune in other resorts, the best value for money that one can spent in a holiday in Costa Rica – Manuel Antonio National Park area. Take my advise that you will never regret.
... was if it had bubble (miss that too!).
- Nordstrom Café & Portillo’s: Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup. Italian Beef. Chocolate Milkshakes. Chopped Salads. Enough said.
- My OPI & Essie Nail Polish Collection: Ballet Slippers and Mango Tango are starting to really drive me insane. I need variety people. Two months and only two colors. Painful.
- Bentley: I miss ...
... a blast of orange and pinks. And as I
humbly stand there, my face aglow reflecting the sky, I’d swear…that I could
hear a single bagpipe playing Amazing Grace.
Ten minutes later,
it was becoming dark, and Jeff began preparing our final feast. We ate the dinner on the front porch, still
listening to the crashing surf, as it had been when we arrived, and as it shall
be after we are gone…until next time.
... part of the trek was literally a complete circle around 1200 metres which brought you back where you started and allowed you to get back on the original trek. The final leg of that trek followed along some really beautiful beaches where we chilled out for a bit. What was worth noting was that they had water stations every 500 metres more or less, so that anyone could fill up their water bottle with fresh drinking water. At the exit of the National Park there was this mangrove ...