Beso del Viento
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeso del Viento Parrita
Beautifully stylish as only the French can manage. Wonderful swimming pool, pristine empty beach, and the most sublime food. Bernard conjured up the most tender cuts of meat imaginable, with wonderful sauces and potato dishes. We spent 3 nights here as a family and had a wonderful time. The river next to the road to the beach has crocodiles and a great variety of bird life, and we enjoyed a trip to the San Miguel national park. One of our favourite places.
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... of sleep. We stopped in Nicoya for food at a little open air bakery on a busy road. I had a fancy looking long hot pocket, and inside was pepperoni, tomato sauce, sausage, onions, and peppers. Then I bought a suspiro for Kimberly. Suspiro is a sigh in English... It was a giant pink fluffy looking thing that tasted like a meringue. I also had a little cookie looking thing that turned out to to fried coconut with orange marmalade ...
Headed back up to the top and they wanted to get the phone number and while we were waiting, up flew a fiery-billed aracari. It had a nest in the tree where we were watching it and got to see it actually catch some insects and take them into the nest which was in a hole in the tree. Was a real treat to sit and watch this activity.
This was a very nice park and if we come back to Craig's hope to make a day trip the next time!
... just leave him there. So along he came and here we find ourselves in a packed but pleasant hostel outside of the park. I spent yesterday by myself in the park, or as by yourself as you can be in the of the countries most popular national parks, with only a couple main paths. Despite the crowds that choked the trails, all piling up behind guides with their tripod telescopes, nature still made itself known and I spend a pleasant day under Manuel Antonio's ...
... these charming little amphibians out of their hiding. These vibrant gems of the forest floor are fairly brazen--why not when you are so poisonous that only a handful of snakes may venture to eat you?
Another afternoon, bored by the hotel's lunch options, we ventured to a nearby soda (a soda is the colloquial name for a local restaurant). En route, we saw a man sprawled out, not quite off the dirt road. We stopped immediately. It ...
... is desperate to eat. 'Rice again.... you're kidding me' ; ))
We stopped on our way home to look at huge alligators that gather under one of the larger bridges on the highway. They were huge! I was finally able to draw some money out today. Morgs has been at the 'garage' (communal futsal court) for a few hours playing with his cousins but is now eating dinner - rice, beans and veg - downstairs. All is good here.