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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... monkeys scampered down to look us over.
We find the water delightful, especially after the fairly hot walk to the beach. John and I have our swim goggles so can see if there is anything under the water. It is a beautiful setting and the water temp is 87 degrees.....feels wonderful as we float, swim, and thoroughly enjoy ourselves. We come out of the water for a bit and find iguanas on the beach and rocks....pretty neat. We did see some schools of ...
... the wildlife viewed from the Casita include howler
monkeys, white-faced monkeys, white-nosed coati mundis (raccoon family),
iguanas, agoutis, toucans, parrots, hummingbirds, many other tropical birds, butterflies (including the spectacular blue morpho
butterfly) and much more!
While relaxing on the deck, you may see humpback whales breaching in the
ocean waters of Marino Ballena National Park from January to April, and
from July to October.
... so we wanted to wrap up her visit with a trip to this must-see Costa Rican park.
The crowds aren't really the big concern- it's just that most of the crowd are Ticos (the name Costa Ricans have given themselves- and, duly following the rules of Spanish, if it's a group of women only, it would be 'Ticas'). I'm not convinced that there's a Costa Rican Spanish word for 'whisper', 'quiet', 'stealth mode', or any reasonable facsimile thereof. We ...
... luckily, I had nothing to do except catch a bus back to San Josť.
The bus ride was shorter than it was getting there and I had 2 seats to myself, which is like hitting the jackpot. I had just experienced an incredible beach weekend & I managed to find/buy a Christmas tree ice cream bar that I had been wanting ever since I saw these two little girls on the street with some. So, overall I was a happy ...
... around ten the next day and arrived at Pure Vida Hostel around noon! This was a very affordable hostel and we had a wonderful welcome from monkeys passing through in the afternoon. They just dropped in front of our rooms and continued along their trail. I was quite excited about this.
Manuel Antonio's National Park is supposed to be one of the best to visit in the Country. Known for wild life, sea and sand. Its a compact area. I fell sick the first day ...