at the top of the hill after a long hike
So we woke up with some wicked hangovers and realized that we had a pretty wild first night, but now how do we get to Manuel Antonio? We had the front desk call us a cab to the bus station and while waiting met a nice Swiss girl named Coney (short for something) who was going the same way as us. This would turn out well as she knew exactly what she was doing and we did not. The buses seemed a bit confusing with different stations for the different parts of the country and various terminals but Coney knew which on to go to so we just followed her lead and copped our tickets. We had some time to spare as we had arrived early so we checked out the scene and there was alot of action- shopping, food, drinking, and people watching. The bus station was an expierence in itself- I was able to get some stylin shades and a decent meal of chicharrones ( something I'd get real hip to at rest stops). After all that it was time to board the bus- it resembled an old city bus and was not a bad ride. Once we arrived in Manuel Antontio we checked in at the Vista Serena, Coney said this was the best place so we followed her lead.
Manuel Antonio Hostels review
Top Notch Quality
My friend and I stayed at the Vista Serena Hostel for three days in Mid-November and had a great time. The location is within walking distance of rest… read entire review