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... ride this afternoon that leaves from the Quepos Marina. The van ride there was sweltering but certainly worth it. We spent about 4 hours on the boat, went swimming, and had a delicious dinner. Then my wonderful friends Jerry and John got engaged on the front of the boat facing the sunset. It was very nice and I am truly happy for them both!!! It was a great day for everyone on the trip ...
... after dark. Luckily we were way ahead of schedule at got there around 9:30AM. I had called Trocopa, one of the bigger bus companies, the day before and found out there was a direct bus from Pasa Canoes to Quepos. However our new friend told me not to take that one and get on the bus he was taking which left a lot earlier. OK, here we go! No idea what the bus company was called, but we hopped on within 15 minutes and were on our way. Bus Quality: city bus. Cost ...
... at the Hotel San Bada. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a hot shower.
We pulled out of the Rafiki Safari Lodge at 9:45 am. It took us almost to 11 am to finally leave the same dirt and stone road we came in on. We stopped for 30 minutes in the town of Quepos, which wasn't very impressive. From there it was on to El Avion for lunch. The restaurant and bar was built around the airplane, so it's kind of unique. Carolyn ...
... get wet as our clothes had been taking forever to dry out because of the humidity. The hostel breakfast was HUGE! The first plate was fruit and pancakes and the second was eggs and pinto gallo. Stuffed we headed to the national park as the rain had finally stopped. We were soon surrounded by guides trying to sell us a tour and as you see more animals this way we decided to go for it. We spent some time negotiating a lower price then headed off with Willie and his telescope. I have ...
We drove from the cool mountains of Monteverde to the hot and humid tropics of Manuel Antonio in just over 3 hrs!
After a very lovely lunch in what can be the only Philippino restaurant in Costa Rica, the lovely pool beckoned us!
The next morning we had a guided walk in the Manuel Antonio national park. It was very very hot and sweaty!! But we saw lots of birds, insects, ...
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