Hotel El Mirador del Pacifico
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... vultures circling above us.
One evening, we were in the garden when we heard a really loud noise - like a marching band playing. We went to investigate and in the nearby indoor football pitch there were lots of teenagers having their band practice. It was so loud as the roof was corrugated metal and so it amplified the sound, but it was so uplifting! It included some dance moves and lots of drums/brass etc, like a ...
... a guide leading a small group through the park. On our two and a half hour walk, we saw tons of amazing creatures. We first saw a Jesus Christ Lizard, which we would have never spotted on our own without our guide's trained eye. Even when I tried to take a picture of it with the zoomed lens on our camera, I could not find the lizard anywhere. The only way we saw it was because our guide focused his telescope on it for us. ...
... made sure to bring water to breakfast this morning. The lady running the place is really nice. we chatted lots and she gave us tips on the park and buses and then started telling us how she hasn't been to the doctor in 4 years. she uses baking soda for bug bites or cuts or tooth infections, and also eats flax seeds to reduce her blood pressure and chia seeds to help her stomach. she also rubs fresh orange juice on her skin at night time, and i have to say ...
... back to our hotel to play in the pool before the sun set and the day's thunderstorms hit- but as we were lying by the pool, capuchin monkeys swooped onto the deck, peed in the pool, and attempted to steal our rum cocktails. So we were vividly reminded that 1) we were indeed in Costa Rica, 2) **** happens during your travels when you least expect it, and 3) it isn't over until the fat monkey sings. Oh, and we'd forgotten how ...
... at. The top end of the beach was where the serious surfers and body boarders headed to too. As the tide rose closer to it's highest point, the waves coming through seemed to get bigger. Within a couple of hours the waist high waves had increased to head height. From the shore we could hear whoops of satisfaction from guys who had an awesome ride but it wasn't all joy. One guy, who rode a right hander a bit too close to the rock, came out ...