Mi Casa Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Our driver spotted the elusive 3-Toed Sloth at the top of a tree. He pulled over to let us get out of the mini-bus and get a closer look. For the wildlife enthusiasts in our group, the sloth spotting will be a highlight of their trip. It is kind of funny that they didn’t see a sloth on either of the guided nature hikes they did in Monte Verde, but then saw one on the side of a highway just outside the capital city.
So we've been in Costa Rica for a good 6 hours so far.....but one of the best things so far was our plane ride here. In the first flight, I tried to get an old man next to me to switch spots with a friend but he replied, "No. I'm a window person...." Ten minutes after take off he fell asleep and then proceeded to close the ...
... while riding backward to send them back in the shoot.
The atmosphere was great and we ate meat on a stick amidst CR music, cheers from the crowd and a torrential downpour. I enjoyed the experience, although I have to say - not quite as good as a North American rodeo. :) Unfortunately the weather didn't really allow for us to explore the festival more so we headed to Charlie's bar for another bocas (chifrija) to round out the ...
... ATV tours etc are other fun activites that you can do in Arenal area.
Monteverde was our next destination. It was almost 8 hours drive from Arenal. The drive was very scenic but roads were horrible. We later found that better and easier way to get to Monteverde is through ferry which takes you through Arenal Lake from Arenal areal. Monteverde was unbelievably quiet. Me and my husband like hussle n bussle so for us it was a bit boring. The ...
... more song, at which point Mark urged us to stop. Why? A yellow coral sea snake. Washed up on the sand at low tide and unable to get its dangerous (life threatening) **** back out into the open water. So Mark, being Mark and a natural entertainer, picks up the tongs from the barbecue and deftly lifts the coma inflicting snake off the sand like a freshly grilled snag from the coals. We walk with him, mesmerised as he propels the writhing body of the startling ...