Hotel Las Tres Banderas
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... money he says, "no tip for me?" I just don't know anymore. People just try to take advantage of travelers too often. "That's all of our money", we say. And it really is all of Jamies American money. Our hotel is in the jungle with no ATM in sight. We will have to survive on $20 for today. As we walk down the steps to our villa, I hear a flop and look up to see a giant iguana walking down the path. "We can't even get to our room without seeing jungle animals," ...
... she forgot where to go as we spent an awfully long time wading through the water trying not to slip on waters or sink into the sand. Luckily the water was cooler and refreshing and the scenery spectacular. After about 40 minutes (it should have taken 20) we arrive at the waterfall. Now this is one of those waterfalls where people jump off the edge into a big pool of water below. The waterfall itself was about 7-8 meters high, but you couldn't tell how deep the water below was. ...
... And even if you don't spot them, one of the other hundreds of tourists will find something and you will know about it. There are a stack of local guides willing to take you up the main trail, promising great views of the animals through their telescope. At only USD$20 for 2 hours, this is a bargain. I would recommend hiring a guide as the telescope does allow for some excellent photo opportunities and you can observe the behaviours of the animals more clearly. I ...
We always love coming to Manuel Antonio because it is such a beautiful coastline. No matter which way you look, crystal clear water, interesting rock formations and blue skies make it a delight to the eyes. Of course, because it is so beautiful and there is the national park, it is heavily visited by tourists.
We have found a place to stay that is right next to the entrance to the National Park and even better we have found ...
More fishing lines got entangled with us on our way from Playa Cocos along the coast we stopped at anchor for the night in Carello, which was nice and calm, then around Cabo Blanco in the early hours which was fraught with fishing lines in all directions and fishermen pointing in all directions???? One line got caught on our bow,we managed to free it and send it astern (luckily not on our prop) and back to the ...