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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!!
... was accessed by walking down 400 Inca Trail type steps - going down is ok but what goes down must also come back up!!! Some of the visitors elected to swim in the pool at the foot of the fall after climbing over the large rocks at the river bank.
The last trek of the day was through the new growth of vegetation, from an eruption 45 years ago, to the edge of the lava field from 1997, where the vegetation has not yet had ...
Just made my way to the la fortuna by bus, it was a longggg ride but worth it. It's getting dark so I am going to run to the bank before dusk, take some pictures I will upload a little later. I'm safe, sound and found (wouldn't ya know) a group of guys on the bus over here who are on a Christian mission and I'm staying with them for the night in a local hotel. The place is Kinda sketchy but oh well. I will post pictures tomorrow and go from ...
... highest bungee jump. It was beyond awesome.
Then today, got to tour the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest, a special sight with incredible plants and animals, if you are lucky enough to see them. Opted out of more money spending opportunities afterwards and settled for finding the coolest climbing tree Ive probably ever seen. Costa Rica has definitely made me a fan.