Nature's Beachfront Aparthotel
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... the atm booth trying to get money. We messed up on the conversion and only withdrew 10,000 Colones = $20....so sad). Into the cab we go. Along the way we stop at a bridge to see crocodiles piled on top of each other in the river below. I guess the locals feed them chicken every morning and their lazy asses just sit there until the next morning waiting to be fed again. It's still pretry awesome. It takes us 2.5 hours to get to our hotel. As we hand the cab ...
... feet are starting to be a little sore and tired) and hit the beach. it was much quieter as it's a weekday, so that was really nice. the water was so warm it feels like bath water. it almost wasn't even refreshing to go in after our long hot walk down. At one point on the walk down i could see this tree branch swaying back and forth and we stopped in hopes of seeing a monkey (I figured it wouldn't be a sloth) and saw a gigantic black squirrel. it had the ...
... because they also show you how they use the sugar canes and how they make chocolate from the cacao plant. What a delicious tour!
Our next stop was Manuel Antonio and the route to get there is spectacular! It takes about four hours over a road that is reasonably okay but the views are just stunning because you go past a large lake all the time with beautiful hills on both sides. We loved the drive to get there and ...
... We could see right down to the sea and the Nicoya Peninsula whilst the cloud covered highlands towered behind us.
We stopped in Puntarenas to let some people out that were taking the ferry and took the opportunity to stretch our legs. Stepping out of the air conditioned van into the coastal heat, after being in the cool highlands, hit us like a slap in the face. We ran into the relative cool of a bakers and got some ...
Today we ventured into the small town of Quepos by bus. It was sticky and humid and not much there to do. We found a small family owned restaurant and had a great breakfast of ham and eggs, fried plantains, tortas, and black beans and rice. It was delicious. We then walked along the beach and did a little shopping before returning back to our apartment. On the way back, we stopped at a supermarket to get groceries. A nice young man ...