Hotel Cuna del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... have a waterfall in one corner which will be connected to the trench. Outside he has planted a garden for his own use including culinary herbs and eventually medicinal plants will be added. He has plans for an ant farm like we saw at La Quinta, a reception area, parking lot, and gift shop. Cruise ships anchor out in Golfo Dulce and they will be his main source of income. He already has many school groups come, small children up ...
Yesterday was a chill day that carried over to today. They only had seven permits for hiking Thursday so that we can overnight at the base camp lodge (otherwise you have to go up and down in the same day, which is doable but no as much fun). Seeing as I'm traveling with 3 others, we didn't have the best odds, so we started camping out in front of the ranger station yesterday at 300 pm so that we were first in line. A bunch of people of showed ...
... Canadian style ass whoopings at billiards to some locals.
The second morning in Dominical saw us arising at a lovely 7am in our spacious 2-person hut for no real reason. We followed this up by grabbing some grub, and then heading out to the surf shop to grab our boards to get some practice in before the waves became too big for us (in hindsight, they were all always too big for us). So we grabbed our boards and headed to the
... the way back to our cabins that yields many photo ops. We are told the population of butterflies is currently down, but they are working on rejuvenating it coming into the rainy season.
I know I speak for the group when I say that time is already moving at an unbelievably quick pace. You blink an eye and half the day is seems to disappear. Before we know it, it’s time to meet for the much anticipated zip-line tour. We gather up at the expedition hut and ...
... on the 5.1 km hike to the peak. some of the views on the way there were even better. When we finally ascended the extremely steep final section, and strode out onto the peak (a 5 meter square sheer sided pinnacle of rock) the view blew our minds! We were high above the clouds, and could see the coasts on both sides of Costa Rica (all be it it was partly guesswork with one coast). the mountains stretched away from us to the horizons, and the wind bit ...