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... water stations. The Park has something for everyone from families, older people, beach goers, birders and trekkers. There are new trails currently under construction, so come 2015, there will be so much more to do. I highly recommend a visit to Manual Antonio National Park. It's the perfect little stop over, especially if you don't have time to visit any of the more remote National Parks. For such a small Park, it definitely has a lot to offer and left an impression on ...
... to search for bugs in the tree.
As we came out of the reserve, there was a man who evidently was the gardener for this area. In his best spanglish Robert told him what a beautiful job he was doing. He also indicated that he works for all the properties along the road and as we found out also for the hotels right there.
He indicated he wanted to show us a bird and we followed him to one of the hotels and ...
... close you can feel the draft from their wings.
Our room has 2 fans and a bathroom but no air conditioning. Neither do we have glass windows or curtains, only insect mesh over large 'window' openings to two walls.Because the room is at the top of the hill no-one can see in (I hope!). The bonus is that we are woken by the sun rising over an amazing view.
Breakfasts are good and very sociable as there have been a few people ...
... the United States. The US denied any involvement, but their fighter jet was later recovered at the border, and supposedly as an "F you" to America, the Costa Ricans moved the plane to Manuel Antonio and turned it into a tourist attraction. TO disgusted at Harrow and Virginia Waters, I apologise for foul language again, however, not my words! You are even able to climb up to the cockpit which was cool, until Astrid pointed out ...
... so I went for a walk. I tried to get to the beach, but with the narrow windy roads and other private properties, I gave up after a half-hour or so. It was an exhausting walk back up the steep hill, and I asked at the front desk the best way to get there. Turns out I didn't walk far enough! Oh, well - gotta make sure that the girls are up for a strenuous walk before we try to tackle that the next time.
My travels this morning weren't for ...