Hotel Si Como No
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Si Como No Manuel Antonio National Park
The best views in Costa Rica! Very friendly staff. Not for people with mobility problems as the hotel is on the hill and you have to constantly climb steps.
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... Our electronic key fob no longer opened the door or started the car; its sole function now was to set off a screaming car alarm. So we got the attention of several local policemen who politely inquired if we were stealing the car (note: does anybody actually answer "yes" to that question?). The hotel's owner, from whom we had rented the parking spot, was kind enough to let us call the rental company...who informed us that WE had broken the car, and it would be $350 for another ...
... and thunderstorms. It does also bring with it a really lovely drop in the temperature, so I enjoy when the rain start (although my hair does not!) - There are currently 8 volunteers and 4 staff on the project and living in the house. Nationalities include Australia, UK, Spain, Mexico, South Africa and the USA. Tomorrow we visit the town of Quepos and go and meet some of the teachers at the school. We also start Spanish lessons. So a busy day ...
Manuel Antonio is a great place to just walk around and soak up the beauty as well as enjoy all the people watching you can possibly stand!
There are so many different types of flowers blooming along the walls, in the trees and shrubs. Bromeliads are everywhere in the trees, fence posts and seem to require nothing to keep them growing. If they are growing down at eye view, chances are you will see a bird flit in looking for water we presume.
Down at ...
... Christmas with the girls and Nick and even managed to walk up Montana Blanca.
On 13th January we returned to England and stayed with Gilli and Nick in Windsor. They had only moved in 10 days earlier so it was very kind of them both to put up with us so soon after the move. I have to say, with travels in mind, they could not be in a better location for us, so close to Heathrow. With Windsor town centre only a few minutes walk ...
... meat from coconuts we cracked. We have Costa Rican coffee with local honey and sometimes Baileys (okay not so local). We have fish stew for dinner which consists of locally caught red snapper, and veggies from Steve's garden. So good. We've been spoiled.
Today was a travel day! And boy was it ever. We took 5 buses and a taxi to get from Pavones to Manuel Antonio. The first two were super local. One was a decrepit city bus and ...