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... has been much clear cutting in order to run cattle but the rolling hills are beautiful as our bus winds its way down. We cheer when we hit pavement and the ride smooths out. The driver washes the bus frequently and the windows make for a very clear view. The luggage is placed on top by Memo and driver and a tarp covers it all. We come to a view point and stop for pictures....in the distance is Monteverde covered in clouds and mist....the guide says it is raining there ...
... people for the right price. He knew just enough English to have a good conversation with, but we could not reach an agreement on price for a 3 hour trip on horseback through the jungle. O well. I had my dinner which Lynsey and I shared, a couple cervesas and went home. Then...travelers tummy hit at 2:30 in the morning with a toilet that was not fully functional. I wont go into any detail, but I am glad I had gone to camp as a kid and learnt the essentials of what to ...
... ll be doing or where we’ll be going. Holding a baby sloth within hours of getting off the plane …..how many people will ever get to do that?
Question of the day…every day…."wet or dry?”
It was surprising cool when we were in the higher altitudes. After repelling we were cold, wet and hungry. I do cold and wet pretty well. Hungry … not so much (see dinner pic from an earlier blog) It’s late. We just get back ...
... in common, more than I realized. Obviously, we both love to travel; we share the same passion for life and adventure and we are both easy-going people. She is a bit more adventurous than me. She has been couch-surfing multiple countries. Her next trip to Brazil, which I'm insanely jealous of her for. She will couch-surf there as well, meaning that she'll find a random stranger on the Internet to lend her a couch for the night. I asked her why ...
... places I've stayed in, this would be my top pick so far. That night Tim and I had lined up a few bottles of Diablo, a Chilean red wine, and along with the rest of the group we drank - responsibly of course - in nothing but a friendly & cheerful atmosphere.
I woke up at 7, surprisingly healthily, to head down for the second half of the dive course. Getting rid of the brain fog with some incredible organic Costa Rican coffee as I ran over our tasks for the day ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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