Falls Resort at Manuel Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... there for lunch twice. The woman who made them was from Israel and they made everything from scratch
... there were tons of raccoons playing the same game! We saw them steal food from one ladies bag when her back was turned. They dragged it away so fast and had a party with the cookies they found in her bag! It was good for picture taking because the raccoons also were not the least bit afraid. We also saw a long emerald green snake on the beach. Not sure what kind or if it was poisonous but I didn't want to find out! So aside from wildlife watching, we had a nice picnic lunch ...
... naked eye way up in the trees if you knew just where to look, but the guide also had a telescope that allowed you to feel like you were right there next to them. I uploaded a video of one of the sloths seen through the scope to this post, and you can see my adorable sloth friend in the photo at right. We also saw a troop of howler monkeys jumping from tree to tree right above us. We stopped and watched them for a long while. There were so many baby howler monkeys! ...
... on the beach and decide that it's time to go sunbathing too. As we are leaving the park (not the same way we came in), we see that we need to cross the water that is up to our waist deep and has a huge sign saying 'Crocodile water'. Are you kidding me?? Dannii's face changes considerably and she is in panic. We hold our stuff over our heads and we run for life! Phew, we are still alive...
We find a nice spot on the ...
... 4 types of monkey swinging all over, an anteater climbing up a tree and lizards camouflaged in the leaves to name but a few of the rainforest's wonders. Adrian had not let us down. So why not later hop on a boat with his bro to the best beach shack one could ask for? Bob Marley playing in the background with bottle of rum while watching the sunset at the point where the canal meets the Caribbean Sea. "Living the dream" ...