Hotel Si Como No
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
I am writing this while kids are playing in the pool and I'm sipping my first Margarita...
Carlos is our driver and guide who took us from San Jose to Manuel Antonio. A man with kind eyes and a beautiful smile. We ask him to tell us about Costa Rica. As he talks, his soft soothing voice has calming effect even on Poolin and I am almost …
Ours was the first group to arrive at the beach for the day, so after stashing our stuff on picnic tables, we headed out to the surf. (Edgar guarded our lunches against the thieving Capuchin monkeys he said would be arriving any time.) Most of the students swam in the warm waves while Sean and I strolled barefoot along the sand. We found dozens of little hermit crabs scuttling off in quite a hurry to get to who knows where. They wore such a variety of ...
... 8217;t want that coconut, unless it had been full of cold Imperial. Warm coconut milk was nowhere near the top of our ‘to-drink’ list. Yet I didn’t think he’d be especially happy had we handed it back to him with our grateful smiles. Instead, he was paid 500 Colones and the purchase was put in the car to refrigerate and enjoy later, perhaps with some Malibu Rum. Now, 500 Colones is about $1 US. That may have been ...
... of a hummingbird we had not seen before--a stripe throated male we believe. But seriously, how can you tell?
We got to the end of the trail at the creek and climbed out on some rocks and took a short break and had a snack and called Craig to see what he was going to do that day. We also saw what looks like an illegal trail into the park. Looked like a pretty steep and difficult trail from my point of view.
So... I do enjoy getting up early in the morning and heading out for a nice morning run from time to time. It helps me burn some calories, keep fit and provides me with a little reassurance that I can have a couple beverages at happy hour. Running here in Costa Rica, though, I don't know... it is a wee bit crazy!!!
It all starts with the humidity and heat. Just walking down the steps from our villa and then up the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.