Hotel Las Tres Banderas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... later, we saw exactly zero monkeys, zero sloths, and 1 iguana. The Joneses were not pleased. Now, I will admit that our foray into the Peruvian Amazon rainforest last year (2 words: MUD HIKING) had perhaps spoiled us for rainforest wildlife expectations. There, the squirrel monkeys were *LITERALLY* falling out of the trees (squirrel monkeys= extreme cuteness). But still, we had been told repeatedly that you'd have to shoo the wildlife away- not just in the National Park, but also ...
... buses. Puerto Viejo was a lazy beach town, similar to Bocas, but in Costa Rica.
Next we went south to Manual Antonio. This area has the smallest national park in Costa Rica. It attracts lots of tourists as you can walk around it in half a day and spend time on an amazing beach to boot. We saw racoons, monkeys, snakes, deer, iguana and ...
... visited by a huge Iguana on the tree we were lying under. He was huge. We then set off back to the apartments and went for a dip in the pool and saw a sloth and tree frog. The wild life is everywhere here - right in our back yard. After a quick shower we all headed into town for a sunday tea dance and met some locals and had a great time. We decided to call it a night at around 10:30, exhausted from the sun and the drinks we had. Day 1 - ...
... Christmas with the girls and Nick and even managed to walk up Montana Blanca.
On 13th January we returned to England and stayed with Gilli and Nick in Windsor. They had only moved in 10 days earlier so it was very kind of them both to put up with us so soon after the move. I have to say, with travels in mind, they could not be in a better location for us, so close to Heathrow. With Windsor town centre only a few minutes walk ...
... entering this national park Macushla and I were spotting sloths, howler monkeys and lime green reptiles! Further jungle exploration revealed capuchin monkeys, jungle raccoons, huge colorful butterflies and native rodent-like deer animals. The park was teeming with wildlife!
Inside the national park there are also several fantastic beaches with water that is deliciously good for swimming. We were pretty surprised to see ...