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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villabosque Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... We turn the corner to our villa and see another one. Our room is small but clean. No traces of hookers. Jamie mentions she is pleased about that. "I love that I can hear the birds and that I'm sweating just standing here," I say. It's been a long cold winter. We drop our stuff and go to a nearby cafe. We order casasdos and tamarindo juice. While we are waiting a monkey climbs down the roof on the fence near our table looking for treats. We can hear him ...
... included mischievous squirrel monkeys and a fish tormenter. Later we went Tubing - This is great fun as you'll see from the photos. Some white water rafters went past us and they looked a little jealous. Naomi fell in twice (of course) but with no vertigo was squealing all the way. It was grades 2's and 3's which is great in a tube. Day 3 Sloths at last. Location - Kids Saving The Rain Forest - a wee ...
... lucky to have another amazing hotel Grano de Oro where we chilled for the remainder of our stay until we flew to Los Angeles for a quick stopover.
Three interesting facts:
- In Costa Rica people drive like crazy. They drive in the wrong lanes! So everyone overtakes from different sides, which is very confusing and of course dangerous! But hey, you get used to everything! Just go with the (lack of) flow
... the restaurants and stores all quote in dollars. We were approached for drugs over and over and there was some sort of organized gang in the streets. They sold all the drugs, offered anything to anyone including beach chairs but overall seemed pretty harmless. After a walk on the beach we went out for drinks before dinner and met a great bartender who clearly had 4 kids with 4 different women. He was cool and suggested a place for dinner but we already found a place as I ...
... AAAAAAAAA_U/hGkGX-w6at4 /s1600/P1000267.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> As we eat, the next wave of vendors hit us. Selling wooden whistles, carved wooden snakes and crocodiles, they don't get any takers. Another vendor is selling "Cuban" cigars, which Brandon, the young guy from Illinois, buys a small packs of 5 or 6. As he's paying for them, I start to tell him he better smoke them all in Costa Rica, because if they really are Cuban, ...