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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel ManGaby Playa Hermosa
Perfect Location for ones with a family and a great pool. All staff are super friendly. This is a family run hotel, and you can tell. Its a lovely place to end the last week of our months stay in Costa Rica. The rooms are super comfortable, very big with lots of space and the beds are amazing! We slept like kings here. The restaurant serves a great breakfast ( which is included) and then we sometimes either had lunch or supper here too. The club sandwich is to die for! Could not believe the size of it! My husband said, I have never seen anything like it - its amazing! lol
If your looking for a great comfortable place where you can feel at home, and the beach only a 4 min walk..... this is the place to come.... Thank you Mangaby
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So we are now into our last week here in Costa Rica, and wow what an adventure we have had.
There have been some tough times, some great laughs and some super memories of this place...... I am so glad the Aprils did this together.
We arrived into Playa Hermosa on Monday, and as soon as we got of our bus and arrived at the Hotel …
... things. From a flower in a different angle to an ant coming out its hole - there are so many things to photograph. Taking a photo of an object that is rarely photographed adds an unique quality to a picture. It brings it to life and can be remembered over and over again.
As I was walking through the forrest, I happened to come across two cows - one black and the other white. The ...
... from Nicaragua and we talked the whole hour. He worked in Costa Rica – said a lot of people did. Went back and forth all the time. He had studied business administration in California. His wife and child lived outside Managua. I was able to ask him a question that I had been gnawing on – how do Nicaraguans feel about Americans after the wars and the economic blockade of the 1980’s. He had a ...
... my lunch with him. He noticed that a storm was heading our way & that we should get going. This part was hard, we now had to climb sharp rocks going uphill.
Sure enough, it started pouring down rain on us, which was sort of fun walking in. We were all a bit quiet on the return journey. Then it got dark & walking in the forest became scary, again, I was so glad we had Hugo. I couldn't ...
... in the distance & got off the rocks, fast. The tide was coming in.
Jeff had a great time out there, but was feeling a bit queasy from the waves. He is a registered scuba diver & knew if he was feeling queasy, I would not have made it.
Enjoyed relaxing in a lounge chair & starring out onto the Pacific Ocean. Went into the ocean a couple of times, but the waves really were crazy ...