La Paloma Lodge
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... and loads of unidentifiable birds.
The trail is fairly easy, except for the last hour or so which requires some clamboring down hill slopes, across a creek and up a steepish incline. But it was because of the rain that made the trail muddy, slippery and more challenging. Beware of the tide for Rio Claro as you may not be able to walk/wade across at high tide. There is an option to take the ...
... The weather was rainy and cloudy so you couldn’t really see anything, and it was just walking for the sake of walking.
Near the summit, I contemplated just turning back as would I actually get any sense of self satisfaction by reaching the top (I’d much rather prefer being dry and eating some chicken). In the end I bumped into some French guys who persuaded me, so went and touched the flag, got the world’s most unenthusiastic picture, thought oh that was ...
... to the soil to be re-used.
We returned another day to the Park and spent 5 hours on the trails, spotting a few two- toed Sloths, smaller and lighter in colour than the three-toed, as well as Raccoons and numerous birds. To Jim's delight he managed to get a shot of the Sloth's face. He was so happy! Their faces are more interesting than cute, but the same could be said of many of us.
Manuel Antonio is the smallest of the National Parks ...
... of course, it wasn't like we were just walking along the trail and seeing animals on either side the whole time. But there was something rewarding and fascinating about seeing them in their natural habitat. Mom and I loved it. We thought it was well worth the $80, considering the long boat ride and great guided tour.
One thing I'd do though is wear socks! I got bug bites all over my ankle despite all the Deet.
... our home.
Osa Clandestina couldn't have been more perfect for the Millhouser family. We were the only guests, so we never had to fret about the girls' bothering other people. Our cabina was spacious, and the baby monitor stretched to the lodge, so once the girls went to bed, Paul and I could relax at the lodge together for an hour or two. The swimming beach was a mere 300 m walk. At night we could hear the surf crashing on the beach. Our hostess Mary Alice ...