Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Um 4 h im Morgen ging es los: Regen ohne Ende. Eigentlich wollten wir in Ruhe unsere Sachen packen, noch frühstücken und dann um 8 h losfahren. Es schüttete aber ohne Ende und hörte erst gegen 8:30 h auf. So Stück für Stück hatten wir da aber schon unser Gepäck ins Auto geschafft. Völlig durchweicht verabschiedeten wir uns von Peter und stiegen ins …
Von unserem Vulcano Arenal war heute absolut nichts mehr zu sehen. Alles war mit dichten Wolken bedeckt. Auf dem Programm standen heute die Hängenden Brücken von Arenal, der Wasserfall und das Proyecto Asis, einer Tierauffangstation.
Auf dem Weg zu den Hängenden Brücken kamen wir am Lake Arenal, dem größten See in Costa Rica vorbei. Viel …
First day of travel. Let's go an adventure. Left at 8:00am and started by driving out of the city which was busy enough but because of the shape of the land there's loads of hills and steep ones at that so I don't know how the driver made it up some of those with 16 bags of luggage and a full mini bus of people. So let me introduce the group: Jeff - leader/CEO (chief experience officer) Sasha - Bristol ...
First off, my first night was not an easy one. There was so much wind and rain, I swear there was a tornado or two... Not really but that wind is normal for this region. Needless to say, I cowered under my covers till it quieted down. It's gonna take a couple nights to get used to it. Monteverde is beautiful!! The sun doesn't come out much but when it does.... All that blue sky and the green mountains... And the much cooler ...
... Bijagua and then the apparent shuttle to the National Park didn’t actually exist, so set off walking 10km down a dirt path, with the waist strap of my backpack finally breaking. This meant I now had no working straps and had to improvise some whacked up pile of knots – fortunately we were able to hitch a ride pretty quickly, dump the bags at the ranger station and be the first people in the national park.
Which, by the way, was awesome! Volcanic Minerals turned the ...