Tulemar Bungalows & Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTulemar Bungalows & Villas Manuel Antonio National Park
Great bungalow with floor to ceiling walls overlooking bay. Private. Very nice and close to town.
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5/2-3 Day 8 &9:
We woke up early and drove to Manuel Antonio. On the way, we stopped at a river- famous for crocodiles. We got out of the car and looked in the river and saw alot of the,...apparently, a man from Nicaragua had jumped in and was eaten alive a few days prior...
We loved tulemar- we had a bunglaow that overlooked …
... have to pay to park. Oh well, we were ready to explore and it only cost $4 US, I think.
Our first stop, lunch on the beach. The restaurants that we found all seemed to be crawling with tourists but our Corvina sandwich was pretty tasty. We enjoyed the view and our food before heading out onto the sand.
I was pretty excited to go swimming since we were finally at a beach for more than a few minutes so I hit the waves for a little body surfing. Funny because this ...
Day 3. GVI works in collaboration with 3 schools in the area, Cocal, Damos and Paquita. Following a quick introduction, the 3 new volunteers under the guidance of Maria (GVI staff member) are off to do a spanish test followed by a visit to Cocal. The GVI house is located on the main road between Manuel Antonio and Quepos (they don't use street names in this region of Costa Rica, so when taking a taxi the directions are the first road on the right after the little bridge, 2nd house ...
... neutral and revved up the engine scaring the others. Needless to say, when we went to the park, we had the guide pick us up at our place and then we took the bus backSummary: I was glad we got to see Manuel Antonio with the beautiful beaches and the wildlife. However, it is hard to get there and then those parking attendants leave a very bad taste in your mouth. Aside from the park, the town is just ok.
Our last day in Costa Rica.....so sad. Well, we slept in for a change since we didn't have a tour or anything. In fact, it was very nice having no where to be early in the morning. We had a leisurely breakfast at our restaurant with a view, and knowing it's our last day I couldn't take my eyes off that view. Soaking it all in while I can! Back at the room we were taking our time, hanging out on the balcony ...