Makanda by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Makanda by the Sea Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... we announce to our procession and walk away. The follow us, relentless. I turn to Jamie, "let's hide in the bathroom". It's too much. We go in and luckily there is a flight attendant in there who tells us the orange cars are safer but the red cabs are fine if you get a real one. We go back out ready to face the hoards with a game plan. We haggle for a while and arw able to get an orange cab for $130. Good enough for me. (Notable moment; Jamie and I spent 10 ...
... rum cocktails whilst relaxing in our in-room jacuzzi. Which, of course, was derailed by the fact that our jacuzzi is busted- while the jets work, the drain plug DOESN'T, which is of course a vital component of a successful jacuzzi.
So we decided to focus on the rum cocktails, and f**k the jacuzzi...and all other electronica which has thus far betrayed us.
So we're not entirely sure what we're doing tomorrow. I'm hoping it involves monkeys.
... Payton helped us order lunch at a local Soda (restaurant). We had either chicken and seafood and rice, beans, plantains, salad, and salsa. It was delicious. We returned to the bungalows and called our new friend, Dean, that we met Wednesday night at Cecilia's church. He is 17 and a marine tour guide. (They graduate at 17 and most ticos (natives) need jobs right away.) Dean volunteered to take us and help us out at the ocean since ...
... we have had the whole trip. The waiter was a complete ******* and we couldn't wait to get out of there. Good for him that they automatically imposed a tip because he wouldn't have gotten anything. We didn't let it ruin our night but I would never ever recommend this place to anyone... Tomorrow we are going to do some shopping and then going on a sunset catamaran boat ride with snorkeling and dinner. It will be ...
... AAAAAAAAA9c/zhxzUR1E1Cc /s1600/P1000254.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> We pass through the gate and a tidal mud flat, which we would have had to wade through at high tide, but the tide is out and the sand is hard packed. Now we are on the main public beach, North Espadilla. This exit is guarded by a number of beach vendors, selling cold drinks, ice cream and snow cones to the hot, thirsty tourists. We pass them by since our ...