Poas Lodge and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a tour from the girls of their school, met a few of their teachers and marveled at the wonderful view from the campus. Another day we took her on a tour of the Curi Cancha Reserve with one of our favorite guides Danillo. She got to see some of the beautiful birds such as the female Resplendent Quetzal, and a Mot Mot, some Capuchin monkeys up in the trees, and a false coral snake. Danillo also coaxed a large orange kneed tarantula out of her hole so we ...
... make it tricky to walk along. Before you leave the Selvatura park, make sure you pop into the Hummingbird garden. This quaint little spot, not to far of the path, is home to 14 different species of hummingbird, that spend their time, flitting and flying around, trying to get the sugar water out of the strategically placed feeders, littered around the garden. Best put your camera on sports mode if you hope to try and even catch a glimpse of their ...
... Espanol, they soon opened up and flocked around us to chat, ask questions, and take photos.
Twenty-five students ranged in age from 8-12 in one classroom, and many walk over six miles to school each day (round trip) because there is no rural busing for schools. Our students jumped right in to play a game of chase with the ninos, while some of the boys showed off their futbol skills on the ...
Two Weeks had passed, and so we were on our last leg of the Trip. This meant driving from Manuel Antonio to San Jose and continue on to Alaujela. You will find there are several Toll Boots when you are doing this drive. Be sure to have some Costa Rican Coins at hand.
We settled for our last days at Villa Pacande, which is on the outskirts of Alajuela. This was fine since having ...
... the next one, getting progressively more challenging, more wet and slippery... more fun. Chatting confidently and thinking we have this rappelling thing licked, we arrive on a steel platform, at the top of a 200 foot drop. And before I know it, I'm hanging backward off the platform, that old question popping to the forefront again... ****! And I'm off, rappelling, not particularly elegant but controlling my descent, until I let go on instruction and shoot the rest of ...