Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... ever that could never be described with words.
After that initial free-fall and first tug I was now flying the opposite way, hurtling straight towards the bridge I had just jumped off. I now had no clue which way was up, down, left or right. Just a free-floating object suspended in space. It felt like a lifetime had flown by while I was being pinballed around in that valley.
I had done it. Completely shaken up and full of adrenaline I could have ran a ...
... teary and she seemed to be crying from fear!
Fortunately, no drama today, Maybe we were staring at it so intently the Capuchin decided to leave.
You a kinkajou?
We also saw another smaller mammal with a baby and long tail that could have possibly been a kinkajou but could not get a clear a picture or sighting to really be sure.
Continued on hiking up the hill looking for the mother sloth with her baby that we had seen the last time we were here. ...
... all the "usual" things for a while.
As it was our evening was pretty tame. We whipped up some pasta, with fresh shrimp, had some chips and salsa and a couple glasses of Fresca. Whoot Whoo!!! Wild and Crazy. The boys (me being one of them) over did it in the pool and surf during the day and were ready for bed at about 9:00 PM. Michelle managed to keep us up until about 10:30, but there was no way ...
... up and off in car to a place called El Wagon. Literally a train coach wagon planted on the roadside where they have a wood fired pizza oven and produce amazing thin crust pizza. Make the pizza to order twirling the dough in the air. Super S bought a couple of glasses of Chilean Cab Sab. for me! Back at the hotel room we enjoyed from our balcony an amazing thunder and lightening storm. Lightening cracked right above us just as i put the camera on. Thunder like i have never heard ...
... buildings are earthquake resistant and there is nothing to worry about I am told. For the next two days I shall be visiting some pineapple farms with a guy called Ricardo from the office who has been taking me through his role for the past few days (pineapples can be a nightmare by the way) so I´m looking forward to that! I shall most likely update again early next week to explain how that went and also whether my second weekend here stacked up to the first (v. difficult!)
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet