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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trees in many parts- they are 180m in height! As it is early the clouds are not low yet so it was clear skies and impressive views!!! We came back and had some lunch, we are staying in a village called santa elana! The locals are very friendly and love to show off their food and especially coffee!!! We spent the afternoon in monteverde rainforest, we hiked for nearly 2 and a half hours and ...
... did the mega Tarzan swing which he described as XXXXXXX daunting!
After this adventure when died a 3 KM walk on the hanging bridges which were high over the forest and jungle canopy. It was a mix of light rain and sunshine which was perfect for our activities. We got back to our hotel at 4 pm for a brief rest before we went our for dinner. I had planned to do a horseback riding trek here but because of my shoulder declined it.
Today I woke up, as I have every morning for the past week, to the sounds of the jungle. Here in Costa Rica, the jungle never sleeps, most of the animals prefer to be active at night rather than the steamy days. Early in the morning the birds, lizards, monkies and insects make is much noise as they can to invite everyone else to wake up and join the party.
I have been in Costa Rica a week now, though the week has been so long that it feels ...
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 ...
... clear. It seems to be the day trip of choice as it was full of tourists and school trips - both Costa Rican and US. On the way down again the wind had blown away the clouds so we got a 30 second or so clear view before the heavens were unzipped and a tonne of rain came down - all part of the fun.
Another early start tomorrow off to La Fortuna and the Volcan Arenal (Costa Rica is full of volcanoes)