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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... couldn't imagine getting a whole group of 14 organized for a 9 day trip. They were very friendly and we went out for drinks after. It was 7 hours of exhilaration plus a delicious breakfast and lunch. Well worth the tourist excursion.
We were supposed to get up at 4 this morning and head to Cerro Chirripo, the highest mountain in Costa Rica for a two-day climb, but after all of the heat and adventure ...
... how he manages to spot the animals he did as the forest is so dense and the animals are well camouflaged. He found monkeys, a sloth, grasshoppers, racoons, spiders, iguanas, birds and crabs and all I found on our 2 hour walk was a small crab! It was cool though as with the telescope you see those that are higher up in the trees. He knew soooooo much about the plants and animals so it was an interesting walk. Some plants can make themselves look sick to protect themselves. If you ...
... to see. And they were playing music to keep the ride interesting. Gangdam Style is still in here. We've heard it a couple of times.
We are now in Monteverde, which is a cooler mountain town known for its ziplines. Having said that, it was on my bucket list to do some ziplining through tropical forests...so of course we did that this morning! We booked at 100% Aventura, which offers a course of like 14 ziplines? Including 2 Superman, ...
... I should consider shaking out my shirt when I woke up before putting it on, initially much to my confusion. Nevertheless, the sun was up, Aslak had fully recovered and there was a full day ahead of us. Except Sarah now was suffering and she had the worst dose of it yet. She marched on though and we spent another nice day on the local public beach before setting off back to the grit and grime of San Jose.
All round, I had a great time...
... I marveled at this little girl's impeccable manners. Debbie reminded me that good manners are free, but invaluable.
Then Debbie proudly brought out her art supplies. She had a little bag full of half-worn crayons, a couple pads of paper, and a pristine box of Magic Markers. As the girls sat coloring peacefully together, I watched Debbie carefully replace each marker back in its box before switching colors (she also patiently replaced Vivian's). ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet