Hotel Los Mangos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the streets with nowhere to go we decided to shack up in the seriously shady town of Puntarenas, knowing we could get up and on the first ferry out of there. The beach was calling our names but it would have to wait until the following day. The alarm couldn't have gone off sooner, we couldn't wait to get up and out of the horrible dump of a town we were in, but it was a means to an end. We boarded the 5am ferry and sat and watched the sun come up over the pacific coast glowing ...
... the restaurant! They have another plane on the hotel property (not sure of its history) that is used as a very expensive accommodations. Interesting place. So we are settled into our final destination of this wonderful trip. It is so much hotter and more humid than the rest of the country we have visited......especially the cloud forest! But we are ready to kick back and enjoy the beach for the next couple days!
... much including..... A whip scorpion which Tracey placed on Del's face to show it was harmless. Trap door spiders that make a hole in the bank and lterally hide behind a concealed door waiting to feel vibrations of insects walking near the door. Tracey opened the door and the spider came and closed it again, it was brilliant to see! They were everywhere on the bank and unless we'd been on the tour we would never have suspected it. A web casting spider which is the only ...
... of benefits to traveling with small children in Costa Rica.
- It is cheaper to travel with small kids compared to big kids. In Costa Rica, hotels, restaurants, tour operators, and ferries have without exception waived the cost for children under 5.
· When the girls are being cute, people are more inclined to extend a helping hand or to strike up a friendly conversation. Costa Ricans are also very good at turning a blind eye ...
... first Costa Rican bar to be super Latino with cerveza and reggaeton, but it was a really fun night. We tried guaro, the Costa Rican hard liquor made from sugar cane, and some different kinds of Costa Rican beer.
Yesterday, Luis took us to Volcan Irazu, an active volcano that is over 2 miles above sea level. We were above the clouds and it was really breathtaking. We also saw an old colonial church in Orosi that is one of the oldest in the country. After that ...