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Travel Blogs from Quepos
... raccoons, as well as basilisk lizards and iguanas. We all enjoyed lolling in the water and making sand castles. We briefly hung out with a couple from Boston and their two small children. They are living in San Jose for a couple years, and we commiserated over the challenges of keeping our children happy and healthy while living in a foreign land.
On the way home, we took a different path. We laughed as some white-face capuchins tried to snatch items ...
... beautiful and well kept in, Quepos - Manuel Antonio – Matapalo - Dominical and Uvita area, with grounds and tropical gardens beautifully maintained and clean, by dedicated staff that deliver the best service every day.
The La Palapa Ecolodge Resort was built inside a rainforest were Toucans like to nest and wake you up every morning.
Drive 15 minutes ...
... ants. Shower, sleep, eat, watch TV, etc. They are everywhere, and I have learned to live with them, but I will be happy when I am back home and I don’t have to eat super fast to avoid the ants sharing my meal with me.
- BRAVO TV: The Real Housewives. It’s a Brad, Brad World. Bethany. Rachel Zoe. The drama. I miss my favorite channel.
- Black Bean Burgers: The ...
... br> gesture from a special friend. I
promised him that I’d be back next year.
We started packing up about 5, and said our goodbyes to Maryfe. Goodbyes here are tough. We headed to Barba Roja for a sunset and
treats, then for a short stop at Las Cascadas to visit with Gary, Catalina, and
Dallas Rogers. This was my home base for
many years, and so we had to have a visit and a beer or two. The family was doing well and business was
... at the entrance. A bit further away a bright green frog and of course plenty of mini lizards, to our delight we saw our first moving sloth, and thanks to the binoculars we managed to see it really well! (Thanks Laura! I knew they would come in handy! ) The trek is actually a fairly wide road for 4x4 vehicles so it was really easy. The first part ended in a picnic area with plenty of greedy robbing monkeys and their raccoon friends that were equally greedy and robbing. Anything at ...