Hotel Plinio

Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Quite An Adventurous Bunch

A travel blog entry by jord-travers


It was already decided. We were driving along the windy roads of the Costa Rican Jungle awaiting certain death...

During the last week I had somehow managed to find, on the other side of the world, my good mate from back in Perth. Tim was also volunteering at Maximo doing construction. I had heard my name being called, looked up and …

Bugs and Booze

A travel blog entry by wartravels

The bus ride from Puerto Jimenez to Manuel Antonio was one of the scariest experiences of my life. The dirt road was barely wide enough for the bus we were on. There were parts where I thought we were going to fall off the 150 ft cliff we were on. And the bus driver was hauling ass, taking blind corners going 50mph. All it would have taken was one …

Lunch On The Beach

A travel blog entry by tdv95


... friends back in Ontario (to those readers in Ontario, you need to know that it's not that easy for us either- after baking on the beach, we're being forced to pick our smoothie from an impossible-to-decide-from list of 30 or 40 flavours!!). Deb P, refusing to admit that her grasp of Spanish was tenuous at best, said something to her taxi driver that was supposed to be a greeting but apparently sounded like a barked out "rapido, rapido". Last we saw of her she ...

Hostel life

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi


... you form while traveling. We easily could've never met if I decided to book at the other hostel or if I had gone to Jaco instead.
The water was so warm at the playa. I was bracing myself for the cold since I'm too used to the ice bath water of ocean ******. The water felt so purifying, healing and refreshing and did I mention that it was warm?! It was also blue & clear and the waves weren't rough, which is how I like them. I like to ...

Day 6 Finally!!

A travel blog entry by misterwilborn


... degree of assistance to navigate the slippery rocks and downpour of water. As one climbs up, one jumps down. Prior to jumping, we are told that the pool is no less than 15 meters deep and we can see that there is little chance of injury due to the rocks, because the platforms somehow actually recess as the drop begins. I’m still a bit nervous for everyone’s safety…

As the jumps continue, my nervousness subsides. The youngsters are eager to jump ...

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