Albergue Alma de Hatillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our first big excursion was to Manuel Antonio National Park, 150 miles south of our base in La Garita. With rainforest abutting a set of beautiful white beaches, Manuel Antonio is a unique and stunning location. We spent two days in the forest and on the beaches, and on one of those days we hired a guide to give us the lowdown on the flora and fauna in the park. We saw two and three toed sloths; howler, capuchin and squirrel ...
... you get past the initial nerves that is). The bus picked us up from the house and into Quepos we head, once we sign the waiver that says we are doing this at our own risk, we are off again. Another stop at a hotel to pick up a large group of American tourists. These are the quintessential stereotypical type of Americans, loud, obnoxious, inappropriate, and large in every sense. Lauren (one of the volunteers from the US) was so embarrassed that she is from the same country as ...
The next morning we are breakfast at Mango Moon said our goodbyes to Donna and her friendly staff and booked a hotel for that night. We then walked to the bus station and headed towards Manuel Antonio National Park. On our walk to the park we saw a 6ft iguana hanging out in a tree along with a white faced capachin and some spider monkeys hanging out. After seeing that kind of wildlife up close there wasn't any reason to ...
... was cheapest place we found for souvenirs such as tourist t-shirts. It was also nice to be somewhere not so touristy, but still with facilities.
We had an ice cream on the promenade, then pool time. After shower we had dinner a bit earlier in a good soda near Wide Mouth and then a couple of bars which were busy with people watching the local football teams play. Good atmosphere, but we went to bed before midnight.
... drug dealing but we weren't approached for anything. The election in Costa Rica was that day and when it was over parades of people in their cars waiving yellow and red flags (I am assuming a party flag) were honking horns making loops around the tiny city, it was crazy to watch!
The next morning was Christine's birthday and we got ourselves a 4 wheel drive Hyundai SUV and drove up to the Arenal observatory, A private resort near the volcano. Now the volcano ...