DISCLAIMER: This post contains only the above photos because my internet is slow :(
If I thought last weekend's Manuel Antonio trip was an adventure, then I'm not really sure what this week's trip was.
Sam, Liz and I all arrived at 9:30 on Friday night, not knowing exactly where our hostel was. This would normally not have been a problem, except that it was raining.
And by raining I mean real rainforest downpour.
It took us half an hour for us to find our hostel, by which time we had already forded a small river that had formed and thoroughly soaked all the clothes we were wearing, as well as all the clothes we had brought with us. But when we checked in, we immediately dumped all our stuff and headed right out to walk in the rain- a walk which lead us to have to ford yet another small river.
The next day, after a hearty desayuno, we threw on our hiking gear and took the Manuel Antonio National Park by storm (ha). We hiked for about 4 hours and saw agouti, pelicans, spider monkeys, white-faced cappucins, beautiful butterflies, etc.
Our last day we spent completely at the beach. A beautiful end to a mini vacation.