Villa Kristina Apartments
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Imagine swimming in a warm tropical beach surrounded by jungle with gentle waves caressing you and keeping you cool. We all felt like we were in heaven. We finished the day with a delicious if slightly expensive dinner at a place called Spicy Lemon. Asian fusion food. Yum! Did I mention things are expensive here in Costa Rica? After coming from Nicaragua it was a bit of a blow. Eating out costs more than in Australia and that's saying ...
So today we went back to the park with mom and hiked again. The view was even better this time because it was less cloudy, but it was also ten times as hot. The humidity in the rain forest was so intense I felt like I was swimming, not hiking. We did get some pretty cool pictures out of the trip though. Cathedral point was at the top of the cliff and ...
... my skull. I put earplugs in and finally managed to join Josefina in sleep.
Up at 8ish for breakfast overlooking the Pacific, then local bus to Manuel Antonio. The beach where the bus stopped was nice and had a few sunbeds etc, we then walked into the park along the main trail. We stopped where others stopped, and looked at what others looked at, but this meant we saw two sloths, some lizards, monkeys, racoons ...
... and they all seem to sell the same menu with their own twists. Up until now our food has been fairly western, or even international with the exception of breakfast, which has been pinto gallo (rice, beans, eggs, sour cream, cheese and a tortilla) so we wanted something a little more authentic. Christine has Aros con camarones (rice with shrimp) and I had a cassada (chicken, rice, beans, a pulled beef salad, beet salad, and some sort of garlic potato side dish. Both were ...
... morphed into Ray Mears and, after persuading Emma not to leave me, I cracked open a fallen coconut and we ate the white insides, then we beat our chests and fought off the next wave of crisp-attack (ready salted flavour, since you ask) from the raccoons. My favourite wildlife sighting was a baby crocodile, who was lying just below the surface (in that ominous way that crocodiles do) of the narrow waterways of the mangrove swamps. We kayaked virtually over ...