Villas El Parque
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After spending our last night at Rancho Cerro Azul, we sadly said goodbye to our hosts Don Alvaro and his daughter Tatiana we headed out to our next destination: Quepos/Manuel Antonio National Park.
Poor Brian, the drive was quite treacherous and we arrived in Quepos more than 5 hours later. The owner of the place was a very nice lady who greeted us with a lot of information and instructions that Brian was ...
... catered quite a bit, eaten incredible fresh mahi mahi when we have gone out for dinner. Tomorrow we leave for San Jose again, and join up with our STA tour which lasts all next week taking us around the north west of the country. Must remember how to put a t-shirt on and how to be sociable for more than 5 minutes. Manuel Antonio has far exceeded our expectations in every department, and we could easily stay for another month, but we are looking forward to the next ...
... They make you buy tickets before you get in line to sign in, so at that point it was a question of when, not if, we would get in, since we were not willing to turn back at that point.) We finally got in and walked for about 30 minutes to the closest open beach. It was beautiful. The jungle comes right down to the water, so you can swim or read in the shade. We stayed there for much of the day, swimming, walking and hanging out. Monday (December 30), I did my ...
... the terrace too.
Since it got cloudy, we decided to relax in the hotel for the rest of the afternoon. We order two glasses of wine, fill up the Jacuzzi and enjoy life. Later, we remember that we are supposed to go meet Jason so get ready and we're off for dinner. There is a DJ outside Jason's bar on the beach and everyone from Quepos is here too and is hanging around this bar tonight. In the end there were so many people that they all were dancing on the ...
... faced monkeys. We've got lots of pictures and videos of them only a matter of a foot or two away from us. They're almost tame. We're told that the monkeys have a tendency to take unattended bags, and once they do, they're gone forever!
We spent some time at the very quiet (almost no one else there) beach inside the park, and then left the park, crossing over a little stream that was clearly marked "no swimming - crocodiles". Then we walked to ...