Morgan's Cove Resort & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... way toward Quepos in order to hike in the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio which wasn’t as fun as it could have been, mainly due to the hordes of tourists (again mostly from France, USA and UK) hanging around. Oh well! You can’t have everything! Truth be told, it’s also insanely hot today and there isn’t much else to do then sleeping and going to the beach. I’m having a bit of trouble adjusting to this kind of ...
... is a horse lover so she went on the ride along the beach and in the mountains to Tambor where there is another water fall.
Jenna has horses at home, so she is a veteran horse rider and we don't overly love horses so she was a great choice to go along with Hannah.
Jenna said she was smiling the whole time.
... the sea, and a refreshing light sea breeze. The beach is nice enough, its not sand but brown dirt, but the swell and sway of the palm trees make it a pleasant sight. We wander the marketplace here, stopping in for a local beer at a cafe; Imperial, not bad at all. Its soon approaching midday, so we return to the ship for a free lunch. By 12.30pm, we are meeting our group on the pier for an organized tour. Our tour for today is a Jungle ...
... nice one! Then back to the hostel for a 3 fruit smoothie mmmmmmmm! Then down to the beach with my book for a couple of hours to work on the tan :) for lunch I had a cheese & hampastry thing (cagnt remember whatit is called but it was goooood!) Have finished yet another book :) this one was a weird punk/seventies/acid filled book from a teenager with some real issues lol! Quite entertaining & a true story so educational at times. Had a chicken burrito for dinner - I ...
... old stone bridge that provided an access over the stream that ran along the bottom of the steep ravine that we were crossing. This was another small sampling of the country of Costa Rica. But it was only a short distraction from our journey to our next destination of Orotina. Our guide was very eager to describe the joys of living in and around this small town. His family lived in the town and he lived in a small house just on the outskirts of the town. Orotina was not an old ...