Blue Banyan Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Banyan Inn Quepos
Way off the beaten track
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... glean that pier was also some kind of offender check in, like for parole. Anyway, it was HOT and SUNNY and when the taxi finally came it was a little car but we all crammed it. It was actually fun and entertaining.
The rest of the group had gone into Quepos and shopped and such while we were fishing. When back there was talk of going to the beach and other things but I think I was dehydrated and maybe a little over heated. ...
... waste of my time the weekend before. So back to today, the day of the science workshop. Due to the structure of the day, the first workshop is at 10.30am with the older kids, before they start their official school day at noon. Followed by the younger kids at noon, at the end of they school day. The workshops are optional, so to attend you either arrive at school early, or stay late 'after school'. We arrive at school at 8.30am, so have 2 hours to prepare ...
... buses. Puerto Viejo was a lazy beach town, similar to Bocas, but in Costa Rica.
Next we went south to Manual Antonio. This area has the smallest national park in Costa Rica. It attracts lots of tourists as you can walk around it in half a day and spend time on an amazing beach to boot. We saw racoons, monkeys, snakes, deer, iguana and ...
Decided to free myself from public transportation and rented a car today. Did the short drive to Manual Antonio. Had planned to check out the national park tomorrow, but apparently it's closed on Mondays so went for it today. Started off as as a very crowed and hectic park that was more of a beach park, and for good reason as ...
... Pacific Coast. And thanks to Edgar's thoughtful planning by having box lunches prepared for us, we were able to spend 6 hours at the beach, instead of the scheduled 3. Upon entering the park through a mouth in the rainforest, we walked along a dirt road past several nature enthusiasts. Many had set up spotting scopes to peer deeper into the forest for magnified views of spiders or sloths, and it clearly illustrated to us how abundant the biodiversity is inside ...