Makanda by the Sea

Main Road to Manuel Antonio Park, 3 Kilometers, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Quepos Express

A travel blog entry by mgilfillan

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... five of us back to the apartments with all of our groceries. If he hadn't it would have been a long and hot walk. We decided to stay in and hang out by the pool. After a while, the family of white faced monkeys came by looking for food. I got some great video of them that I will post later. Rolly tried to make us all dinner - Chicken, black beans, rice, and corn. The chicken and corn was good but the rice and beans needed hours more ...

It's Action Day!

A travel blog entry by marty387

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... Canopy Tour. The longest cable was 1,300 feet, and at its highest we were 1,500 feet off the ground soaring above the tree tops. There were ten cables in all. I had previously zip lined in the Dominical Republic, so I knew what lay ahead. This was Carolyn's first experience, and the look on her face after the first cable ride indicated that she wasn't too happy. I'd say, that by the fourth ...

Day 2 - the word is accomplished

A travel blog entry by tbcostarica2013

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... is forming. Our Costa Rica team leaders Felipe (leading the team First Felipians) and Wadel (Woodypedia) are doing an amazing job helping us on our journey. The food has been amazing and tonight we were treated to a dessert of green and red jello to help us feel at home.

We thank Thrivent Financial, Habitat for Humanity and mostly God for this amazing opportunity to spread His love and hope to others in ...

Beach raccoons, a bar in a plane and sleepy sloths

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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... the more touristy beaches had raccoons walking around on it! It was hilarious to see all the sunbathing tourists along the beach with huge sticks next to them as they were using them to fend off the raccoons (that due to tourism and people feeding them, have become pests)! The raccoons owned this beach and were parading up and down it attempting to search tourist backpacks, towels and clothes for food scraps! These guys were the ...

He asked, I said YES!!

A travel blog entry by ashleysblog

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I am finally getting around to writing my most exciting blog post in the 3 years that I have been writing. Over Spring Break Kevin came down to make another visit. I was so excited to have another whole week of traveling with him and exploring new places. I feel so lucky that we have been able to do that twice in the past 4 months. I doubt we will ever get that chance again. We took full advantage of it too. We planned this visit to be a little more low key with less traveling. We ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Main Road to Manuel Antonio Park, 3 Kilometers, Manuel Antonio National Park.
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