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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mimos Manuel Antonio National Park
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... all for the cost of an over-priced lunch at its beachfront café.
Apparently, our information was outdated, as upon arrival, we were informed that we could use the pool and hotel facilities ... for the bargain price of $70 USD per person! Now, that did include lunch at the café with one alcoholic drink, but that was still too rich for our blood; however, having already made the long walk down from the main road to Arenas ...
... town known for whale watching tours (not the season for it now), a little turn-off led up a rocky mountain road, then left-turned down a tunnel of green that made me think there would never be human structures nearby. A parked Toyota Camry came up and said otherwise. It was parked by the sign pointing to the hostel, and I made the mini trek up to the lodge, being greeted by a swinging spider monkey all along the ...
... about 5:30, and got a ringside seat for sunset over the Pacific. I set up my camera for a time lapse movie of the sunset. We ordered a fruit smoothie each, then nachos for an appetizer, then Costa Rican chicken and rice fort he main course. As we were almost finished a rain shower started, and it rained hard for about 20 minutes. We waited until it slowed to a sprinkle, and walked the couple of hundred yards back to the hotel to turn in for the ...
Stage two of the riding experience is quite enjoyable as the guide lets the horses run a bit. The riders whom are comfortable with that allow their horses the freedom to keep pace, while others hang back with the rear guide and take a more subdued ride. Either way, the trip to the waterfall comes much too quickly for my liking, as I’m thoroughly enjoying my first time on a horse. We unload from our majestic beasts and head to the changing area to put ...
Well, we felt pretty satisfied with ourselves. We managed the chaos in Panama, bought stools for the island (the store even had enough mataching ones in inventory. Wonder of wonders!) arranged for it to be delivered and were going to be home in daylight. It was raining, but from our experience here this time, it was one of the lighter rains. With only a quarter of the drive left, ...