Hotel Playa Espadilla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... kids of all ages attended plus their families as well a teachers from the school and members of the community. The community showed really great support for the kids. And again the kids were really fantastic. Looking out at the beach you could be forgiven for forgetting where in the world you were as it was as beautiful a beach as any, is was only when you turned around you saw the mounds of rubbish and the rusted iron shanties would you remember where ...
... we offered to buy him and his friend a beer.
Josue filled us in on the politics of Costa Rica, and it was cool to get the insider view. He talked about the country´s conflict with Nicaragua, and how Nicaragua has more control over claiming land and other things because they have a military and Costa Rica doesnt. I told him Ived noticed how environmentally conscientious the Ticos (Costa Rican people) are, and how wonderful it ...
... P1000251.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> And there is Manuel Antonio beach. Every picture you've seen of a semicircular bay with a tropical beach, lined by palm trees while rocky volcanic islands poke out of the blue water, well they do not do it justice. It is beautiful. And not as crowded as the main public beach, since you have to pay $10 (for tourists) and walk a mile in to get to it. But it is worth it, just watch out for ...
... right on the sea. We stopped for a delicious lunch at one of Jose's favorite places - an open air restaurant, that didn't look like much from the road, but once we were stopped and under the huge canopy, the place was very inviting with polished wood tables and stools and fragrant odors from the kitchen. Soon we were on our way again.
We stopped again at a river/estuary, the home to at least ...
... smell out of our clothing. It looks as though a tica has just finish doing a load of laundry for a large family. With everyone changed, the attention turns to the night’s activities, which are, NOTHING. The guys decide to do a couple team building exercises, including trust falls and a couple variations of human tables. It’s fun to watch them work together as a unit and we pass the time laughing with them at their efforts.
Soon the grill is fired ...