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Travel Blogs from Quepos
We stayed two nights in Quepos, which is a small town about 20 mins from the coast and Manuel Antonio national park. Quepos doesn't really have any attraction itself but is a useful place to stay rather than pay more expensive prices to stay in any accommodation on the road into the national park. We got up early in the morning (mainly because we were still slightly on panama time, but also because the fan in the room was useless so ...
... to assist in Costa Rican traffic control. I held the flag out of the window with my left hand, shifted the gears with my right, and steered with my knees with a can of cold beer between my legs. It reminded me of my first driver license test when I was 16 except then I also had to smoke a cigarette and change the 8-track while I parallel parked. We stopped to visit some old friends, Gary and Catalina Rogers at the Condotel, Las Cascadas.
... local players who organised the duplicate bridge in the local bar/restaurant of Dos Locos.Really they were a great bunch and they made our stay here most memorable.
The local bus took us on a fifteen minute journey over the mountain to the beach at Manual Antonio where you were liable to encounter raccoons, white- faced monkeys and fairly large iguanas ready to snap up any unguarded morsel of food .
Our accommodation for the ...
... worked fine. We took showers which was awesome (minus the giant open uncovered windows- hello world, yes I am naked), skipped dinner and just ate some dried fruit, and worked on our laptops.
lizards/geckos on the walls of our hostel
a giant moth in the bathroom
2 cute dogs that reside at our hostel
tolls- about $4
... with an elegant winding staircase in the main lobby. The open air lobby also serves as the restaurant and bar. Behind the hotel lobby there is a swimming pool with a Jacuzzi that spills into it like a waterfall. All of this is surrounded by beach chairs, palm trees and remarkable landscaping. The Hotel lobby has an internet connection, to which Jeff and Theresa were able to connect. I was not so fortunate. So while Theresa was doing homework ...