Nature's Beachfront Aparthotel
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... Helvetica Neue', 'Segoe UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">-second half of the river was just as fun n boys got to sit in the front. I think they really enjoyed it.
-a bumpy ride back to the lunch stop for some yummy veg casado (CR plate ...
... 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Apparently, our information was outdated, as upon arrival, we were informed that we could use the pool and hotel facilities ...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 ...
... really lovely and friendly, so will hopefully make a great addition to the house. Most of them are also here for quite extended periods, 2,3 or 6 months. Sunday consists of showing the new volunteers the basics, where to catch the bus from, how much it costs, where the beach is, the supermarkets etc. So a fairly casual low key weekend, which is nice, building up to my last week at school and onto my adventure ...
... toed and Two-toed Sloths, Howler Monkeys, White-faced Capuchins, iguanas, Basilisks, microbats, frogs, Turkey Vultures, hawks, parrots and motmots. There is one trail to a mirador (view point) but I didn't find it to be spectacular - you just look down on one of the bays and out to sea. Then walked to Gemelas Beach for lunch (beware the iguanas and racoons! Hold on to your lunch!) and Manuel Antonio Beach for a swim. Another trail leads to Cathedral Point, which ...
... into the small plane. We told her how comfortable the flights were, but as the few passengers got off the plane as it arrived, they looked like ghosts I began to get a little worried. This plan had a single propeller unlike the planes we had been in thus far, and when we got on the pilot turned around to tell us how windy it was and to tighten the seatbelt.
The take off was rough and we bounced around pretty hard. We got to our cruising altitude for the 15 min flight ...