Hotel Mirador del Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... rate on our hotel, which is within 500 metres of almost everywhere we have wanted to go. In between long periods of empty-headedness, sleeping, napping/long blinking, chatting to fellow hotel guests (if guest is from New Orleans the chat = a long period of empty-headedness), playing Football Manager 2014, playing cards and reading we have actually applied ourselves in the activities of snorkelling to see some lovely coral fish, kayaking through the ...
Breakfast at Hotel Rancho Coral located just 5 doors down the beach from our beach house. Best pancakes ever!
Boogie boarding in front of the house.
Surf lessons in the afternoon with Brett Schroeder. Great surf instructor. Moved here 10 years again from Houston.
... restaurant, two for one burgers tonight are supposed to be really good. We're sat chatting with a family from Minnesota, they've already ordered their burgers but it would appear they have missed the concept of two for one and they end up with two each.... So that's our tea sorted, and they were excellent, live music as well, went primarily for the sunset, but it clouded over for the first time in over a week, a good evening, none the less. Manuel Antonio DAY THREE. Up, ...
... a prime nesting site. Lana got some fantastic photos of the birds with the assistance of Rafael's spotting scope. Sighting ten of them at one time is really unusual. They are mostly extinct except for the region of the country where we are staying, and even here it is estimated that there are only 400.
The main event of the day was a trip to Manuel Antonio National Park, which sits on the Pacific coast about a forty minute drive from our hotel. ...
... Rica, Rafael and Coca were clearly watching for an opportunity for what OAT calls learning and discovery. This is when an unplanned event or activity presents itself, and the group stops to investigate. Our stopping at the sugar cane mill was an example of such an event. In our experience, learning and discovery account for some of the highlights with the trips we have taken with OAT.
The learning and ...