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TripAdvisor Reviews Cabinas Espadilla Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... spent a lot of money of guides in other National Parks by this point so didn't want to expend more money. You can easily see what groups are looking at, so pretty much tagged along with a number of different tours unintentially! However, if this is your first visit to a National Park in Costa Rica, then I recommend getting a guide so you can learn about the animals and know where to find them for your next hike! During our one hour walk up the main trail, we spot both ...
... us a common potoo. This bird has some great coloration and was hard to see because he looked like an extension of the tree snag she was resting on. We were told by one of the cleaning ladies the monkey's got the babies and the bird has just sat there. Sad but a very interesting bird. Think they were very glad we seemed interested in the bird they had to show us.
Back to Buru's for brunch and a nice cup of coffee.
... 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 ...
... see pictures) on four terraced levels, with a deck on each level, plus a pool and several hammocks. Each bathroom has a unique design, and the best part is the husband-and-wife chef team that make us unbelievably delicious dinners each night. I am enjoying a ceviche appetizer they prepared as I write this out on one of the decks with the family. This is the life... All ten of us went into Manuel Antonio National Park on the morning of December 29. It took ...
"Pura vida!" This is the multipurpose phrase we have learned here in Costa Rica, which literally translated means “pure life.” It's like saying “Life is good!” and comes in handy to end a conversation, to wish someone well, or to say in place of “Cheese!” before a photograph is taken. And it's just what life seems to feel like down here—pure.
We headed out to the locally famous Manuel Antonio National Park today along ...