Hotel La Mariposa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
More adventures in Costa Rica! Besides all our adventures in Arenal we discovered a few more places. First stop Monteverde and the Belmar hotel. How nice to come back to a little luxury. After all we are quite posh travellers that like a clean place to crash with a hot shower and fast internet connection ;) Costa Rica is famous for it’s …
... monkeys like the ones at the park. Anyway, back to the kayaking. The kayaking was was fun and scary. A lot more work and stress for Brian. =) Unfortunately, the kayaks did not come back with back support so it was hard to really be able to kayak more than an hour, specially in those big waves.
- Brian grumbling about places not accepting credit cards and having to get cash ...
... I think is in Guatemala). Thankfully our pilot deemed it unnecessary to make a detour to the Southern Indian Ocean. In the 1700s Costa Rica gained independence from 2 centuries of Spanish rule, and we have learnt that since then it has stood out amongst its less progressive Latin American neighbours, especially in the last 60 years during which it has abolished its army, become the first constitutional democracy in the region, banned all animal hunting, banned ...
An early morning 2 hour guided walk of Manuel Antonio National Park.
Our guide Efrain Vargas, son of the owner of the area where the ...
After we ate our banana pancakes, Juliane and her fellow farmers, Juan and I visited the national park. We saw so many monkeys & one almost even peed on us (which was strangely awesome!) before it decided to hop across trees. We also saw a baby sloth & a bunch of meekos (what I call raccoons). We hiked most of the trails there (the park was huge!), passing by some more pristine, secluded beaches.