Hotel Casitas Eclipse
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
I thought Manuel Antonio was very cool. We saw Gladiator Tree Frogs on our deck, we saw all the monkeys, Titi monkeys to Howler monkeys, we saw sloths; two toed and three toed, we went to the beach, we saw lots of things but of all the things we did and saw my favourite thing was going on that tour with our friend Dago to Rainmaker, a forest out …
... I've got a much better understanding of the layout of the resort, and also, I saw a group of 5 or so Capuchin monkeys! I was as close to them as I've been to any monkeys so far this trip, and I was able to see that one had a baby on its back. I don't know if the video I uploaded here from my iPhone will show the baby well or not.
The girls got up, and we went to breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, we walked down a very steep hill ...
... people on the phone! We then packed up and headed back to Escazu. Once back we headed into a tourist market in San Jose. We stocked up on some souvenirs for ourselves. For dinner that night we were able to go out to dinner with a couple friends from Costa Rica. I was glad Kev was able to meet a few of my friends from down here and for my friends to meet him!
Overall, we had an amazing trip together and it was so nice to have a whole week to ourselves to celebrate our ...
... rail next to our car. He ambled into the restaurant and spoke briefly to Pito and another customer, and remounted his horse and rode away into the darkness. The power flickered once again, the DVD started over again. The dinner ended with flaming Bananas Foster. I asked Pito if he’d be open on Tuesday. He assured me that he would be there for us, but if we’d wait until Thursday, he’d have lobster. Unfortunately, we already had other ...
We hired our amazing guide Dago to take us to Rainmaker - a private nature reserve about 45 minutes outside Quepos. We asked him to bring his sister along and some of her yummy burritos! So at 6am on Monday morning, Dago and his sister picked us up at Villa Titi and took us to Rainmaker. We passed many palm plantations along the way and workers collecting the fruit for making palm oil. They ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking