Rancho Casa Grande at Foresta Resorts
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... Mar 19
-nice late morning start. I got a relaxing swim at the pool while the crew woke up.
-bfast for most of us then mellow morning in the apartment n ...
... Neil's thing but he decided to just watch from the shore. The water was nice and warm and although the bottom of the ocean was a bit rocky, it was a lot of fun. We explored the shore and even found a seashell to take home. Shhhh, don't tell the customs people, it's not really allowed.
When we parked, we were kind of hassled about the National Park. We were told that there is an entrance fee but we should also pay extra to get a guide because without one, we wouldn't ...
Quepos is a town of 11,000 people located 115 miles southwest of San Jose. Quepos is not the cleanest of towns but it has a lot of character. The town was reborn by sport fishing and surfing after the banana industry left. The village center is 6 square blocks of restaurants, art galleries and shops fronted on the main beach. Quepos was among our favorites in this area.
We drove north on the two lane ...
... she blurts out with no shame or self consciousness, "I don't want to look at any more sloths, I have seen plenty and they don't do anything. They just sit there." I had to walk even faster to not burst out laughing. Poor girl, she was saying this looking very hot and scratching at mosquito bites. She would be filled with more wonderment at a mall.
After originally not planning to spend much time in Costa Rica, we decided to join our new French friends who we we met on the yacht and see a bit more of Costa Rica.
First on the list was the border crossing from Panama to Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, which involved a closed bridge due to a strike and walking across the bridge between borders ...