La Foresta Nature Resort
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... said Done! We'll take it! After we paid and on our way to our room Donna came down to the lobby to introduce herself. She was a late 40s beautiful woman that looked like she had played in a band or was the groupie of a band, dressed in a pirate costume. She greeted us with hugs. She asked how we knew same and exchanged a few stories. She was so nice and talked very highly of Sam. She said Sam was a very special friend of hers when Sam lived in Costa Rica and any friend of ...
... made it impossible. I made sure to tell everyone who got into the water in the general area to grab anything plastic that they may step on because it meant so much to us.
As we gave up and walked out of the water one of the beach chair/weed dealers giggled a little looking at out snorkels and offered for a small fee to take us somewhere where we could actually see fish, and I felt the need to justify the gear and our ridiculous location with telling him what we were ...
... day, how amazing her massage was and how great the bartender was. Now we were at tables very spread apart so typical dinner conversation was basically in audible from table to table but we heard every word as if she was sitting at our table. The waiter returned and said Dave was trying to put on his shirt and would be right down, I thought he must have gotten a bad sunburn or something. We were starting to get very annoyed and were about to ask her to be quiet when it became clear ...
... see all the mountains tops that are covered with lush forests instead of gaping holes of deforestation-.
Tourism is the main source of income here, and most of the people seem to care about the environment because they know they must conserve their resources in the long run in order to continue making money from the eco tourism industry here.
After saying goodbye to our new friends (and getting a few phone numbers ...
... remember the last time both of us slowed down to this degree...will we ever be able to start up again?? heh.
The rain came again but ever so much gentler - didn't even need the rain guards on the golf carts! when we decided to be brave and venture out to our Fav. local restaurant - Ronny's - even though we were a tad nervous of the road in this weather. No Problemo!! and off we trucked with our wonderful little CR driver - "just relax...remember - ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Foresta Nature Resort Quepos
The resort and staff are quite nice--nothing elaborate, but the cabanas are spacious and clean. The food at the restaurant is pretty good as well. They also have some lovely trails onto the jungle, where we even saw squirrel monkeys. The location, while just off the highway, is actually quieter than staying in bustling Quepos. I would have given five stars, but for the presence of a group of your Costa Ricans down for the weekend, who spent 24/7 drunk by the pool and making a racket all night. We were luckily able to sleep, but some of our neighbors could not. The management needs to be on top of this issue, because otherwise this is a good place to stay when visiting Manuel Antonio.
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