La Palapa Eco Lodge Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we saw miles and miles of African Palm Oil tree plantations. They are used for cooking oil and in the cosmetic industry. We stopped in Jaco, a beach town that is known for its surf. Esteban's fiancée works and lives there and we made a stop to meet her! Our quest this afternoon is for the Scarlet Macaw that used to be numerous but their numbers have diminished because of ...
... it being summer) and was a beautiful piece in front of the house. We continued on to the greenhouse, and then the pool house currently in construction. The pool area had been dug out previously, but no water just yet. It will be a natural pond-like pool with a filter when complete. We then continued onto the newest garden area, an orchard of pineapple and fruit trees.
It became very obvious that Lucy had a specific vision ...
... calling it - only to Mike thank goodness. I would've looked like an idiot telling a bus driver that I want to go to "cheese") and from there headed to Dominical, In search of the perfect beach town for mike. The public buses here are really good. There's one that runs constantly from Manuel Antonio into Quepos and back and forth. During the day they run about every 15 minutes, and it's only 315 colones per person which is under a dollar. The road between Manuel Antonio ...
... cool, although over priced. It was $16 per person to get in, which is more than the rate for Jasper National Park, and it's not NEARLY as large. You walk into the park and you're hounded by guides asking if you want to join a tour. the one thing i will give them is you say "no, gracias" and they back off, they aren't super pushy which is nice. We totally would have hired a guide, but after talking to the couple at the restaurant the other night they said ...
... along the jungle edged path quickly spot tiny little deer, then some monkeys in the trees. The trail takes us through the mangrove swamps all around is the chirping of insects then up and over the cliffs to a couple of beach coves, jungle right down to the waters edge apart from the half moon of white sand beach. Hundreds of hermit crabs are making their way up the sand ...