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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
An early morning stroll around the
reserve centre added Yellow-naped Parrot, Rufous and White Wren, Bronzy Hermit
and Ferruginous Pygmy Owl to our list and after breakfast we set off for El
Arenal. This is a long but pleasant drive, although the road along the north
side of Lago de Arenal is in poor condition.
On the …
2 nights at the Volcano Arenal Lodge!!
8am collectivo bus to La Fortuna - shame couldn't go back to Choco Cafe for one last amazing coffee! Short but super bumpy bus transfer for around 1.5hrs and then a boat transfer for another 2hrs on Laguna de Arenal and then we arrived to La Fortuna! Back to the lowlands and to stifling heat!!! La Fortuna (meaning the fortunate) is the little town at the bottom of Volcan Arenal. It was renamed as La Fortuna ...
... dinner, Italian, a nice change from the
constant heavy rice and beans. All (except the pasta) sourced from the
farm. I thought about working again
tonight, but decided to just write this for the blog and watch Grey’s Anatomy
reruns until I was ready for bed. As I left the main cabin I spotted one of the
tabby cats, I scooped him up thinking it was the sweet little female, it was
the male but I decided I would still like a cat around to keep ...
... the buffet dinner. Again, plenty of food and plenty of waste for the US tourists. Our transfer picked us up at 8pm. Spent the evening watching reruns of Game of Thrones on cable tv. Sunday 29 December 2013 Today we were picked up at 10am by Desafio for our canyoneering trip. I was really excited by this activity because it's something I've never done before. Well the abseiling yes, but not rappelling next to a waterfall. We signed ...