Byblos Resort & Casino
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TripAdvisor Reviews Byblos Resort & Casino Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... with his board snapped in half.
The tide was coming up the beach quick and to avoid getting stranded in the jungle, we decided to make our way back towards the crowded end of the beach. A woman was riding what could be best described as a fairytale horse, it was a huge white stallion with incredibly long, white mane and tail. As we approached, it was crossing a river running through the beach and was perhaps spooked by a ...
... we had a great fish dinner one night.
Of course, we got so into the coffee in Costa Rica. In Manuel Antonio, there was a great cafe-
Often called The "Starbuck's" of Manuel Antonio. The "hub" of morning activity where locals and tourists mingle. A real international meeting spot focused on coffee, baked goods and full breakfasts. Menu highlights include omelets ranging from light ...
... as it is vey hot and humid in the forrest. We rarely encountered other people and it felt like we had the entire place to ourselves. It was peaceful and beautiful. After the tour, we had a great home made lunch of chicken, rice, beans, and a mango salsa. It was very good. We were all beat by the time we got back and decided to take a nap. After our nap we went to a local ...
... down, numerous ziplines and repels, including ziplining into a waterfall and rappelling off a platform with no foot holds. A snack break which involved swimming in a rainforest lake, climbing up behind a waterfall and jumping through it and pineapple of course, everything here seems to involve pineapple. The day was awesome and we met a fun group from the US who all travelled down together for one guys ...
... an alter ego while in CR named, Juan. He just travelled from Bocas del Toro, which is right at the CR/Panama border. That is another place that I wish I could've visited while studying abroad. His next trips over the next 4 months before he starts a life of law (he just finished law school) are Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador and Cancun. He was pretty quiet and shy (maybe it was a language thing?) but it was still nice having his company as ...