Funky Monkey Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsFunky Monkey Lodge Santa Teresa
We stayed in the $15 pp dorm room- which was one of the best we've stayed in! (Clean, spacious, relaxed)
Clean and swimmable pool, hammocks and plenty of areas to relax. Private rooms were more expensive ($50-60) but looked amazing! 5 minute walk to the beach.
We'd reccommend this place!
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... could head down to the beach for a surf or a stroll when we wanted and then we had a base to hang out knowing that we weren't missing out on anything that interested us in the town. After having this relaxing break we were ready to keep heading down the coast, the next destination being Dominical. We had decided on this destination last minute on our way to the Osa Peninsula as we changed busses in a town called Quepos, we had to wait for 5hours for our bus so had some blog ...
... and powerful. She then asked us to say a little prayer for someone we knew who was in trouble or who needed a little prayer. Just so that they would feel that someone out there was thinking about them and sending them good thoughts. She asked us to say our prayers out loud. Hers was to Sarah in Canada, may she never be enslaved again. That alone was enough to make me well up with tears. Hearing other peoples prayers and looking around at the weeping faces was ...
... in any city in the USA.
Upon arrival at the hotel we are introduced to Lloyd. Lloyd will accompany us on the remainder of our journey, acting as a guide both in the cities and the native habitats. He is VERY knowledgeable about the flora and fauna of the country, being a native, and really adds a nice touch to our experience. Tonight we dine in the city and Lloyd will lead us.
After checking in and settling into our respective rooms, we gather in ...
... to look up to find what was intruding on our space. We were like the Swiss Family Robinson, we all looked up to see the plane overhead. We have learned that we donīt have to go to the deck or even to move, to see what someone has spotted. The screens are all around us, and skylights are in the ceiling, so when one of us points out a new bird or something interesting, we just turn our heads in the direction they ...
... at farming. They nod in acknowledgment as if we've come to the right place. They all seem to really adore Maria, which sets us at further ease about our choice to travel 4 hours off the Gringo Trail (The Inter-American Highway), or the way to Panama.
Hmmmm, we think. She's turned her farm into a bit of a hostel, what a smart way to take advantage of a low farmstay volunteer time! Dinner was pasta and veggies, very low budget - we asked if the ...