Hotel Mirador del Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... When we got to the hotel in Manuel Antonio and we went to the beach to hang out, and the water was SO warm! The warmest ocean water I've ever swam in. Then, we went back to the hotel, showered, changed, shopped, ate snacks in our room (waaaaay too many), ate dinner/dessert, and now I'm laying in bed. I'd say it was a pretty good day! ¡Pura Vida! ...
Today we woke up early and got breakfast down the street at a cute little cafe with amazing food and coffee. We both got eggs with rice and beans and corn tortillas. I got an amazing iced latte. Then we headed back and were picked up by our bus for the Canopy Safari Zip line tour. There were about 20 people in our group/bus. The ride out to the zip lines was about 30-40 minutes and we were taken through the palm oil tree plantations and learned quite a bit ...
... front of me and all I want to do is go home?
I missed my jobs. I missed my friends. I missed red wine. I missed having something other than five shirts to wear. I missed having a kitchen to make myself food. I missed my family. I missed running on the trails by the river. I missed my bike.
I convinced myself that all I needed was to get on the road and that I would feel fine. The travel bug would bite me and I ...
... of a hummingbird we had not seen before--a stripe throated male we believe. But seriously, how can you tell?
We got to the end of the trail at the creek and climbed out on some rocks and took a short break and had a snack and called Craig to see what he was going to do that day. We also saw what looks like an illegal trail into the park. Looked like a pretty steep and difficult trail from my point of view.
... 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. ...