Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... I headed up the the roof to watch the sunset. The roof has a bar, a small pool, and chairs lined up facing the Pacific for a perfect view of the beach and sunset. And yes, it was spectacular.
For dinner we walked to Marlin restaurant located on the busiest street of Manual Antonio. We both had delicious Mahi Mahi followed by chocolate ice cream. We were back in our hotel by 9 pm. Another early day tomorrow. 5:30 am wake up ...
... Costa Rica!
It took around three or four hours to walk around the national park and complete all the walks (some were closed due to the previous night's rainfall). We loved that we saw so many sloths and it was great to swim in the national park. One of our neighbours from the hostel also spotted whales off the coast here but we weren't so lucky.
After all that hiking we built up appetites and decided (after ...
... restaurant, two for one burgers tonight are supposed to be really good. We're sat chatting with a family from Minnesota, they've already ordered their burgers but it would appear they have missed the concept of two for one and they end up with two each.... So that's our tea sorted, and they were excellent, live music as well, went primarily for the sunset, but it clouded over for the first time in over a week, a good evening, none the less. Manuel Antonio DAY THREE. Up, ...
... We didn't want to fuss about dinner so we picked up some Quiznos and headed to the hotel. We had a romantic first dinner of subs on the hotel bed while watching college basketball. You would have never known we were in Costa Rica! After dinner Kev suggested that we should head out to the ocean to take a look. We grabbed our beer and headed to the water. We walked out to the water and dipped our toes in. We then started heading in but decided we were going to sit out on the ...
... please go as fast as you can, we're late' translates as 'please ignore red lights and stop signs, and occasionally drive into oncoming traffic.' We made it in time for the bus, but then found out there was a bus at 8am that would actually arrive in Manuel Antonio half an hour earlier than the 7am bus. Safe to say, mine and Ericas trip planning did not seem to be going well.. We spent an hour in the bus terminal, eating very cheap and tasty bananas from a nearby ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet