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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... basically. They had also recently introduced a cocoa plantation so they showed us how they make the chocolate too and I was good and restricted myself to smelling only :) Got back to the hotel around 4:30. Walked into town and bought some drinks as we were going to be going out tonight for some fun. Most of the group opted to do a night hike but a few of us stayed behind and went for dinner in a tree house ...
... known for producing some of the best coffee in the world. On the coffee tour we visited a small farm in the hills of Boquete, where the owner had built all his equipment for separating and roasting the coffee berries (not beans, as we were taught) with recycled material, particularly car parts. The tour also included roasting some berries and taste testing them, and of course drinking coffee. The following morning we were picked up by a shuttle ...
... or chicken operation. Others will work in the forest learning botany. Others will work in the kitchen. The second class was an upper class focused on working with cows. We didn't see much of what the class was about, it was more of a question and answer session. We were supposed to take a tour if the forested area, but a downpour led to a salsa dancing lesson instead. The campus itself was especially noted for the Eco side of ...
... to the border. It only took an hour to drive to the Nicaragua : Costa Rica border and we arrived just after 9am. Along the way we spotted a blue and green bird - the national bird of Nicaragua! Here it was busy! The other borders had been relatively quiet in comparison. I changed some money - had about $6 left! And then we were stamped out of Nicaragua. On the border here are lots of duty free shops! Random. Bottles of Flor de Cana (the local rum) were $10, ...
... a sloth and some mini frogs, then we went canyoneering with Lost Canyon. This consisted of walking down a canyon with a bit of abseiling. However only one descent was like real abseiling where you were in control, two more were very small, and the final one looked extreme, but the tour company were basically in control of your descent so it was more like ziplining. I enjoyed it but would have preferred a more controlled abseil experience. I suppose they do it like this due ...