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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... has a bar there, so naturally we headed there Friday night and had a bit of a dance. Saturday we were up good and early to catch the rays on the beach. Knowing that the weather is so predictable and that's it's almost certain to rain in the afternoon helps planning beach time. Soon enough the rain came and hung around for several hours which meant only one thing. We were stuck in the pub! We stayed there for about seven hours, we even got the cards out and ...
... looking out into blankets of clouds. We didn't see much wildlife along the way besides a ton of black and orange caterpillars, a tiny brown snake and a couple of hummingbirds, but the flora of the park was feast enough for our eyes. Above our heads we could hear the song of hundreds of birds, including the distinctive "bonk" of the three-wattled bellbird. We tried in vain to catch a glimpse, but it was ...
... one that said “Hay Paso”. We only knew what it meant because we saw someone go the wrong way down it so we were very careful to observe that ourselves. In places that are big tourist towns it is common for hotels and such to have some English but in town itself not so much always. It’s hit or miss. I am a firm believer that when you travel you should never ever expect the locals to speak YOUR language. You are in their land and you should ...
... with a good bottle of wine.
We awoke the following morning full or verve and excitement at the thought of visiting the national park. After breakfasting (alone) on what appeared to be a slightly overcast day we headed off in our best adventure gear (I think Ana would agree that my Bear Grylls endorsed products were quite dashing alongside her Decathlon outfit). As time ...
We chose 100% Adventura based on a locals recommend, and he was right. The group sizes were small (just us) and it has 16 platforms in the Santa Elana Cloud Forest.
Upon arriving, we spotted our first poisonous snake! It was smaller than I expected, it was actually tiny (but still deadly). We had a quick introduction, training session and we were off. In total, we did ...
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