Hotel Playa Espadilla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was a beach day and it was very nice. We woke this morning and enjoyed breakfast and then walked a block from our hotel to Monteverde National Park. There, we met up with a tour guide who took us through the park and pointed out rare frogs, spiders, iguanas, grasshoppers, monkeys, and you guessed it, SLOTHS! I tired so hard to get some good …
Let's go to the beach! We started from the bottom now we hear. Actually, it's the reverse. We started at the top of a huge mountain and ended below sea level. The town of Quepos is actually below sea level. The view along the bus ride was GORGEOUS! Today, we had a five hour drive from Monteverde to Manuel Antonio. We stopped along the way and found …
Manuel Antonio is probably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, perhaps the most. It sits inside a national park (conveniently named Manuel Antonio Park) and you get to hike in to get to it. Its sand is white, lined with trees and light jungle... and monkeys. White faced capuchins were everywhere, in the trash, in the trees, on the beach. They're cute but they definitely are a nuisance. One stole ...
... have been funny to move my sandals and make me think they got stolen. So, he went to go get my sandals he hid and they were really gone. Someone really stole them. It was kind of a bummer because they were my favorite sandals and I had them for 5 years. It wasn't a big deal because either way I should have listened to Brian and not left them on the beach even if Greg did move them. After looking for my sandals we loaded up and Brian took us to a ...
... glass of local wine. Nice afternoon. Met French - canadian couple from Chiapas ,also in the bay. Less boats around down here. next day across the bay of Nicoya to Herradura, we anchored off and Tony went in to the super posh marina in our dinghy with his 3.5 hp engine, which was the smallest ever seen there i imagine, to get diesel, the dearest ever probably!
A nice sail 30nm to Quepos and we're both tired by ...