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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... Rainforest Crepes" with coconut and banana, and Banana & Macadamia Nut Pancakes.
We spent the afternoon at the beach...it was OK, but not as nice as other beaches we have visited...
On our way back, we went to one of the private pools- we had the whole place to ourselves, then a big thunderstorm came. We saw a sloth!!!! Climbing slowly up a tree. We could hardly believe it. So much fun.
... and looked around and bought a few more souvenirs. We went to a bar and watched the sunset over Manuel Antonio and had a few cocktails with Rolly. We ended all had dinner at a restaurant that had hand made wood fired pizzas. Very good. Tomorrow we go on a zip line adventure which should be a blast for our last day in Manuel Antonio. The photos posted were taken by Jerry ...
... Goathouse 169 at 2.3 Miles
Year Purchased: 2006
About the owner:
We live in San Juan Capistrano, in Southern California. Kathy is a real
estate broker, Steve is a general contractor and does design work for a
structural steel company. We have a daughter in her mid-20's, and 3
dogs - 2 of the ...
... couldn't imagine getting a whole group of 14 organized for a 9 day trip. They were very friendly and we went out for drinks after. It was 7 hours of exhilaration plus a delicious breakfast and lunch. Well worth the tourist excursion.
We were supposed to get up at 4 this morning and head to Cerro Chirripo, the highest mountain in Costa Rica for a two-day climb, but after all of the heat and adventure ...
... of crocodiles horrible things which can grow to 4 metres long. MUCH better were the monkeys here, white face Capuchin and the much rarer Squirrel monkeys which are so pretty and very cheeky around the hotel, apparently there are only about 2000 of them left in the wild. It's really hot and steamy here, don't quite know how I will survive in the heat ...