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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... that song if you visit any latin american country/a latino bar. Guaranteed.
However, the girls were friendly and easy to hang out with.They shared their Flor de Caña (Nicaraguan rum) and CR cookies, so I liked them even more.
Republik was a lot of fun and it was great to dance the night away. I never felt unsafe while out and we all stayed together as a group. I was pretty tired out the next ...
... burnt in the meantime.
We meet Cat and some others in a café by the beach and enjoy our lunch, then some more beach time and sunset. THIS IS LIFE.
Tonight, Jason organizes a bonfire night on the beach after a dinner in his restaurant. We buy wine, juice and all the stuff to make sangria and enjoy bongo music around the fire. Suddenly, the sea calls and half the party is in the water. Eh, those warm pacific ...
... here but what they have achieved is awe-inspiring. The main house is an architectural masterpiece which is in tune with its environment yet manages to be ultra modern in some ways, e.g. the infinity pool. It is spacious but homely and unpretentious with views which stretch down through patches of whispy clouds across valleys towards more well-wooded mountains and the very distant sea. From here in the rainy season, we have watched the weather draw in as a tumultuous downpour ...
... San Jose to say my goodbyes to the many friends and fellow volunteers I had made during my stay.
Adam and I had originally booked us a quiet weekend doing our Advanced Diving Certificate in the magical Hostel Plinio. We somehow found ourselves with the crazy British Girls, Pippa and Henrietta, from last weekend and their equally insane housemates.
From one bus to another I was now heading for the Pacific side of
Costa Rica, to Manuel Antonio ...
... of the place and then they were crawling along the fence and up in the trees.
They were the beautiful squirrel monkeys which we had not yet seen on this trip!
Another one of those very expressive faces! They were busy reaching up and eating the red flowers from the trees.
Monkey Eat Monkey World In the Jungle
We then heard that familar sound of banging of loose roof tin that we associate with the White Throated Capuchin monkey. Sure enough, ...