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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Moana Mal Pais
A great place, we stayed 9 days and did very little, just walked on the beach used the pool and the place had a fantastic restaurant up high with amazing views.
Rooms were modern and clean and all the staff were really friendly.
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... the road for awhile until we came to a sign for a campground and went to check it out. The gentleman that runs the place does not speak much more English than we do Spanish but we were able to communicate that we wanted to look around. He also explained that the kitchen was for the guests use and there were showers and toilets.
There were several large trees and a nice breeze blowing off the ocean. At all of the campsites there ...
... him is never a good idea – and he didn’t. Good thing. This guy was out for his sandwich. We had to be ever vigilant the whole afternoon as this big, bad boy would pop out of his secret hideaway in the tree and bee line over to our blanket. When Alan went into the water and I stayed behind (to guard lunch, never mind potential thieves), Mr. Iguana came all the way over onto Alan’s blanket and started nosing about. I grabbed Alan’s ...
... read. Even Brian was reading!
It really was a little disconcerting to have Brian just sleep and read in a hammock for almost two days... =)
The sunsets were great though. There are a lot of dogs and two really big ones took Brian as their buddy and he played with them through the sunset. That was while we were at the first place.
Once we moved to Casa Azul (our second place) where we were ...
... every night. I find it interesting what total strangers will relate, knowing that there is only a limited time frame in which to do so, and that we would probably never meet again. Once off of the ship, we met the next driver who would deliver us to Los Caracoles, in the small dirt crossroads called Cabuya, at the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula. Although the trip wasn’t long, it was arduous, the last seven kilometers on a rustic, treacherous, dusty gravel road ...
... food was amazing. (Jill didn't like it, though I think she was tired).
Our casita is in the jungle--a 3 room bungalow consisting of a large bedroom with 2 beds and loveseat, an entryway/kitchenette and a bathroom. Turns out our casita is the only one with an a/c unit. It was actually the owner's personal quarters but they are test-driving renting it out. We are the first guinea pigs and so far, so good. We like it.
Montezuma has ...