Hotel Casitas Eclipse
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... She too could not believe this, and helpfully pointed out Costa Rican "wildlife" on the patio adjoining our table- though I'm going to say right here that their resident cat DOES NOT COUNT as a Costa Rican wildlife spotting.
After lunch, we strolled the town of Manuel Antonio, and visited the El Avion bar- a bar made from a hollowed-out US fighter jet that was shot down in Nicaragua during the Reagan administration's ...
... her visa. She travelled to Panama today (3 hours away), crossed the border and had stay in Panama for 3 hours before retuning and getting a new visa (apparently this is a standard process). Upon returning back into Costa Rica, the wouldn't extend her visa for some unknown reason. So she has to do the whole 9 hour trip over again on Friday in the hopes that they grant it on the third try. Apparently there is always some drama going I here. Let's just hope you only have to suffer it ...
... went with Rolly and they took us to the other side of the national park. The views were spectacular with huge cliffs and jungle covering the tops of them. This area is great because there are no hotels or other businesses on the beach. It is pure, clean, and pristine. Tonight we are all heading out to dinner someplace touristy - eating dinner in an airplane on the cliff at a place called El Avion...Note: This was the ...
... extra day to go for a swim, check out the town of Pavones, and watch another sunset with Steve and Sumpter. Tomorrow morning, it was time to leave.
On Sunday we decided to make the trip/adventure from Punta Bano to Manuel Antonio. Through conversations we had with Steve and some of the yoga people, we pieced together that we would have to take two or three buses to get from Steves house to the border town of Pasa Canoes from which we would catch the ...
... at the Hotel San Bada. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a hot shower.
We pulled out of the Rafiki Safari Lodge at 9:45 am. It took us almost to 11 am to finally leave the same dirt and stone road we came in on. We stopped for 30 minutes in the town of Quepos, which wasn't very impressive. From there it was on to El Avion for lunch. The restaurant and bar was built around the airplane, so it's kind of unique. Carolyn ...