Green House Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the active Arenal Volcano and a smaller inactive volcano Cerro Chato. Unfortunately most of the time the cloud covered the volcanoes so we didn't get to see what we were told was a magnificent view but we did get a couple of glimpses as the clouds thinned out. We climbed cerro chato which involved two hours of uphill hiking, first through open greenery and then through the rainforest, then dropping down steeply to the lake in the crater. It was good fun as there ...
... fish dinner was not agreeing with me and here we're waiting in the humid heat . Still it was entertaining watching the local drunk chatting to unseen people and the local lads playing coin toss as the crowds for the 11 am ferry slowly gathered. About 6 backpacking tourists were waiting and the rest local people. It was here we found the correct fares listed clearly and we paid correct fares.Getting across the lake was a long hour but it afforded a great view of the stormy clouds ...
... was a very festive atmosphere for sure. Trucks and trailers were parked everywhere along the streets near our hotel and the city dumped piles of dirt that were used instead of ramps to load the horses into the trucks when the festival ended later in the evening.
We had a group meeting and met our CEO Cindy in the evening and had a nice dinner in the hotel.
... starting point, and spending almost seven weeks there we were able to visit many places off the traditional tourist route, and even entertain life as a local when we visited our friends Lisa and Rafi and São Paulo. Carnival celebrations up in Porto Seguro with a great group of friends from the UK was unforgettable, from our weird and wonderful hostel to the street and beach parties, again we managed to keep the experience as 'authentic' as possible! Argentina began with ...
... of coffee and chocolates to sample. The tour led us through a small coffee farm (more like a garden), factory where they roast and package the products, and a small auditorium for a coffee-tasting demonstration, presentations, and skits. I should've definitely volunteered in the auditoriums because they got these amazing mocha frappuccinos at the end.
The tour only lasted 1 hour and 15 minutes... and was ...