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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Thi past weekend the group went to Manuel Antonio which is a beach directly south of San Jose. I want to preface this blog by saying that I did have a good time. Hours 1-5: The ATM at my university "ran out of money". You would think this would be a rare occurence however, this happens weekly here. This means that I had very little cash for the …
... Costa Rica!
It took around three or four hours to walk around the national park and complete all the walks (some were closed due to the previous night's rainfall). We loved that we saw so many sloths and it was great to swim in the national park. One of our neighbours from the hostel also spotted whales off the coast here but we weren't so lucky.
After all that hiking we built up appetites and decided (after ...
... some questions, printed them and cut them apart. During our long drives we would take turns drawing out questions and asking each other. It was a fun way to pass the time.
We arrived in Dominical and headed to our hotel. This hotel said that you needed 4 wheel drive to get up to the hotel and they weren't kidding! The name was the Pacific Edge and they were on the edge of a cliff. I was pretty nervous going up the very steep road but by the end of our stay I was a pro! ...
... will transport us through the rest of our trip. Of course life is full of complications and the place where we are told the rental car office is isn't where the rental car office is. Fortunately, the tico driver is as wonderful and accommodating as the rest of these Costa Rican ****ers and brings us to the actual location.
Now equipped with four wheel drive and insurance out the ying yang we make a quick lunch stop at a local supermarket - the security at the ...
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This week I spent my time looking over BRC in preparation for my time in Panama. It's a pretty lengthy document so filled up my afternoons nicely. It was also my last week of Spanish lessons, and although they have been a great help there is only so much you can learn in two weeks! Unfortunately my level of Spanish doesn't really permit me to engage in conversation. Considering ************e speaks English in Panama it could be ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility