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Travel Blogs from Heredia
The first day: This is the house I'm staying at. It's small, but it's really cute and my host family is super nice! My host mother Fainier picked me up at the airport and we went to the mall to buy a cell phone and things for school. Then we came back and just hung out and talked while she made dinner for me and my ...
... things. Carlos, the Toucan Bird
Guide, brought us to where the Toucans were and gave us a “close-encounter”
experience with 5-6 birds that all had names like “Bubba” and “Pez” or maybe
“Chief” but I can’t remember what their names are. Our personal guides’ name
was Jon, and since we had already seen the toucans he took us to in the
butterfly gardens. Jon was as good as a guide gets. We could go into ...
... when we eat in a restaurant on our own 13% tax and 10% gratuity will be included.
We got to the gate of the coffee place and there was a big lock on it and the guide was told the IRS had shown up and closed them down that morning....but our guide was pretty cool and took us in a back way and showed us the fields and explained the coffee process with the Arabica organic beans. He had to find a new place for lunch too and we ...
... the cages were too small and cramped.
Finally it was time for lunch. We were starving after all of the physical activity. The Colibries Restaurant is roughly in the middle of the various exhibits. The architecture of the restaurant gives the feel of eating amongst the large trees and waterfalls of the rain forest. It is a buffet style restaurant. The food was much better than the touristy fare we ...
... the size of Virginia, with many more examples of a huge biodiversity that could be cited. To Costa Rica’s credit they have set aside one-quarter of their land mass as natural preserves in an effort to maintain this beautiful and irreplaceable ecology.
In addition to rafting we toured a huge pineapple plantation and processing plant that is owned by the Collin Street Bakery in Corsicana, Texas. The bakery sells ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services