Hotel Los Mangos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a mission it was to get here!! It took 2 sweaty, hot buses , a taxi and a ferry to arrive to the little chilled out town of Montezuma. But as I've said so many times this trip, we instantly liked the vibe of the place! It's super laid back, small, quiet and although the OCD side of me would like to take a high pressure hose and wash the streets down, we still loved it here. We started off ...
... a freshly caught red snapper, barbequed and served whole at a local soda on our last night which we enjoyed while gazing at the red moon of a lunar eclipse. So it was that on our final day as we were woken by the loud grunts of nearby howler monkeys we were sad to leave this tropical beauty behind, but ahead of us lay the road into the highlands, where we hoped the air would be fresher and the sun less intense. We were truly ready to leave the coast and cool down in ...
... were lined with motels, boutique hotels, international restaurants and bars. After leaving Manuel Antonio and Jaco, we drove north to Punta Arenas and Caldera, the main Pacific arrival port for container ships.
En route, we stopped at the Tarcoles River to view crocodiles basking on the river bank. We had to walk half way across this two lane bridge to see the crocs. Once there, we ...
... hunched over their kites. I am sure it was not funny to them - for various reasons - but I hope they will look on this fondly as the time they got to appreciate the workmanship that goes into building and maintaining their precious kites. Picture posted as proof. Dinner orders were taken at around seven and we all ate on the long, colorful, cement table. Just like camp! Pizza night had it's own special menu with pizzas named after kite tricks. I can't remember what I ...
On Friday, October 18, we hurried home from school, and grabbed our packed bags. Jose was taking us to Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the most famous parks in Costa Rica. The wildlife there is fantastic.
We started out from Escazu, and made the 82 mile trip in quick time. The road took us west of San Jose to just south of Puntarenas, then further south along the Pacific Coast to Quepos, a ...