El Remanso Lodge
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... across the river! After a short struggle Vicky's short legs managed to climb up and over (there are some advantages to being tall!) and we continued upstream. Shortly after we found a place where the river deepened enough for us to submerge ourselves and cool off, however being buffeted by the fast flowing river stopped the experience being completely relaxing as we were having to cling on to stones on the bottom to stop ourselves being swept ...
I got my stuff together, got the $8 cab to the bus station and then got my bus ticket, which also cost $8. I arrived 1 hr earlier and we started boarding the bus at 12.45 after the bags had been loaded on. I asked the driver to drop me off at my new hostel, following the advice of the receptionist in San Jose. The journey was only 4 hrs with a brief toilet/ snack stop.
Once in Manuel Antonio I found out that the Park will ...
... if no one else could ring ahead then I'd be one of the first ones there in the morning.
When I arrived there were people camping outside the ticket entrance overnight like some kind of teenage boy band fanatics – HELLO, IT’S A ******* WALK!
In complete refusal to queue up for a walk, I went and got a hostel so I could finally treat myself to a wash (with warm water :O) have some food, and seeing as I was shattered, a ...
... I though was a dodgy bit of floor which I found out after the first night was in fact the bag containing the tent pegs.
There was a big mix of nationality, English, Spanish, Argentinian, Dutch, South African, Japanese and lots of French people. One French couple had hiked in with a guide from Carate the day before us but were having to charter a plane (single pro-engine 6 seater) to fly out as the man had come in jeans only (WT?) and had managed to chafe ...
... are several guesthouses etc. here with places for hiking, swimming and so on to do. There was at least one soda open in the town,
We drove around the village until we got to a point where it looked like we would have to go through another low water crossing and then did the road go on or not?
The locals have made a great swimming hole right there and we stopped and just enjoyed the scenery. Saw a wood creeper and jesus ...