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Costa Paraiso in Dominical was fabulous! The beach was very nice and we had it all to ourselves! The food was excellent especially the tomato-spinach-mushroom pasta. There was also a cute cat named Mucha that lived at the resort.
In the nearby Manuel Antonio National Park, we saw lots of wildlife including birds, frogs and monkeys. Did you know 27% of Costa Rica is protected area?
... 8217;t attached to his person. Eventually we are on the trail back to the cabins.
The trip back is made much more exciting by the fact that the trail is not the same one we came in on. It’s all new terrain, with new things to see and new facts to try to remember. Olman points out many interesting tidbits about the age and origin of the trees, and also indicates areas near the trail where native Indians had buried their dead. These ...
... under my belt I was well and truly ready for an early night. The rain pelted down so the humidity played havoc with my breathing. My only relief was to sit up in bed as it slipped my mind to pack Ventolin. I don't think I would have slept anyway as Mariano snored like a chainsaw and Morg's brain is so active at the moment that 3 times he sat bolt upright in bed and proceeded to converse with someone ...
... and all the while writing in a notebook... presumably what was needed, and checking up on the cook too!
Today when we got back from lunch at Liz's, we were on the deck and another couple of monkeys came through our yard. We don't think these were the white faced ones... they were a bit bigger and only two. White faced usually travel in groups of 15-20. We also saw a large group of toucans close by today... first toucans we've seen. There are loads of birds ...
... in the mountains, with beautiful gardens, a gift shop and restrooms. After our stop, we drove on to the Doka Coffee Plantation for a tour. Along the way we saw beautiful orange leaved trees called Roble. They are hardwood trees used for furniture.
The Doka Estate Coffee Plantation is located in the coffee capital of Costa Rica. The farm belongs to the Costa Rican Vargas Ruiz family, pioneers of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Our family of 5 stayed here for 5 nights in March 2011 and totally enjoyed it! The location is beautiful, the food was amazing (Chef Bryce) and the service was great (Sandra!). The beautiful beach was all ours. We couldn't believe the value for the incredible experience.
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