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Planning a six night trip in Costa Rica for March 2013. Initially I planned 3 nights in Arenal, followed by 3 nights in Manuel Antonio. However, I bought a groupon for Arenal and they are booked the first three nights of our trips. Would it be ok (make sense) to do Arenal as the second part of our trip? Most iteneraries I have seen here is the first part of the trip. Any suggestions appreciated. Worst case scenario I can get my money back from groupon and book elsewhere.

thanks, Vanessa

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