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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... on the top of a mountain. The drive didn't feel that long, because the views were amazing. When we stopped for lunch, we also saw the longest species of crocodiles, which were 21 feet! They were ridiculous. After getting to our hotel, we were given three hours to do whatever, so we went to the beach! The water was so warm and the waves were HUGE. The best part about this trip is ...
... out at the beach. There is a really cool bar/restaurant built in and around an airplane at the top of the hill above our house. Dennis and I checked it out on our walk back home from the beach, and the views were spectacular so several of us decided to go back for sunset drinks that night. We watched the last sunset of 2013 while sipping tropical drinks and reminiscing, then went back to our house for another delicious dinner prepared by the chefs. After ...
Good morning paradise! We start the day in the beautiful national park of Manuel Antonio. We have a nice stroll through the park and on to the stunning beach where we spot a group of friends getting robbed by racoons. They start chasing them around the park but it's totally pointless. There are many racoons running around and trying to steal food. They even know how to open a bag of crisps! We continue along the beach with an ...
... there talking. In the meantime he professed undying love for my machine and I urged him, in the presence of his wife, to buy one quickly before he got too old...
The other agroindustrial crop I had not mentioned was palm oil. I drove through huge plantations of the trees, and they gave their name to the tiny town of Nuevo Palmar, where I spent the night on the banks of the Rio Grande de Terr.
... could just lie around the beaches, sip your drinks, take up the sun, drive around.
On Sunday, after my friend finished Diving, we started the Drive to Manuel Antonio. It as a very long road and it took several hours. We decided to keep the drive close to the Pacific so we drove along the Coast Line, passing through many little towns. It was getting late and we realised we needed to stop.
We stopped at a little Town called Tarcoles. It ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility