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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... really was in a terrible state) but fortunately Emily and Sarah were in tip top shape so we sampled a few restaurants and bars in Manuel Antonio and the local Quepos. For a flavour, the night involved ear-splitting renditions of "Forever Blowing Bubbles" and quoting Braveheart.
The next day Aslak took his revenge by leaving me alone sleeping in our dorm room with a very large snake which was neatly curled up under my bed. He very ...
... isn't much choice here. We have to say that Costa Rica is ready for American tourism and knows what Tourists in general want: shops, luxury and good service (doesn’t involve to be friendly though and this is unfortunately and so far our impression of the people of Costa Rica). On the other hand the Ticos (name of the inhabitants of Costa Rica) have understood that they can charge a fortune for tours and any activity for tourists. Minimum $50 for any ...
... 8217; on this last day.
One merges into the weather, the surroundings, the culture, the heat,
the oneness with nature. Now it feels
more like home, than just a vacation.
Any mention of the trip home, the airport, schedules, shuttles, are
avoided by a non-stated shared feeling amongst us. It will happen soon enough, and so the
closing moments are savored, treasured, lived.
By 5:30, we are all on the beach, awaiting ...
... which I like…and it doesn’t make any noise at all when you roll over or get in or out of bed. I know this would seem like a no brainer but several of the hotels I stayed in had beds that made terrible noises. The bed at Tabacon was honestly like a car driving over planks of wood on a bridge. I cannot even describe it. The one at Rio Celeste Hideaway was noisy too. Not just ordinary creaky noisy but deafening. It was so bad that even rolling ...
Ana and I spent the next few days just lazing around the hotel and Manuel Antonio, enjoying some excvellent food, wine and of course scenery . We became quite friendly with several of the staff, including a legend of a barman called Elias who couldn't say "Mucho Gusto" or "Pura Vida" enough One one occasion to our shock (and disgust!) our private pool area was disturbed by ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility