Villa Los Aires/Las Aguas Lodge
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... flowing river.
We carried on south into Jaco for another drop off. It was a very developed Costa Rican package holiday destination for North Americans and seemed to have lost it's coastal jungle appeal in favour of 24 hour bars and casinos by the beach.
Manuel Antonio was a little further down the coast and thankfully was a lot less developed and seemed to be built little bit more with the environment in mind. Houses ...
... were served before dinner. For dinner Carolyn had Mahi Mahi, and I had steak. Dessert was chocolate lava cake, and now we're heading back to our room. It's so dark here that you can the nose in front of your face. We can sleep late tomorrow as breakfast is not until 7:30 am.
All in all, it was a fantastic day, and we're really looking forward to the next several days at Manuel Antonio National ...
... 8217;t attached to his person. Eventually we are on the trail back to the cabins.
The trip back is made much more exciting by the fact that the trail is not the same one we came in on. It’s all new terrain, with new things to see and new facts to try to remember. Olman points out many interesting tidbits about the age and origin of the trees, and also indicates areas near the trail where native Indians had buried their dead. These ...
... little villas. The acres of garden were gorgeous and I could not have chosen a better place to unwind. This region of Costa Rica is green all year round - a lush tropical lowland paradise on the Pacific.
We spent the afternoon in the pool and later ventured into town for dinner at Tortilla Flats. They do the best barbecued fish tortillas that I've ever tasted. Delicious! With only a few ...
... Took another part of the trail and Robert was leading the way when suddenly he stopped and said, "there is a snake." Got some pictures of it and do not think it was poisonous.
Decided to head on back and fix some lunch. On the way back stopped by the bridge before the entrance to the park and there was a guide there and he pointed out a jesus lizard to us. Called this,because it appears to walk on water.