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... size: 15px; line-height: normal;">We were told that the best coffees come from higher altitudes (not from how much chocolate you add to the mocha, who'd have thought eh?) and it turned out there was a coffee tour we could go on at El Trapiche*. We practiced picking coffee beans by hand and running the sorting machines too (this was more interesting than the picking). Coffee beans with 2 halves are considered "first" grade but those with a single unit, and thus one place ...
... trees I Monteverde are much older but Santa Elena is less crowded. Take your pick or do both if you have time. Monteverde does have a hanging bridge if you aren't interested in paying to access the hanging bridge park. Being a very dense cloud forest it is difficult to spot anything but we were extremely lucky to spot the elusive male Resplendant Quetzal on our own while on a quite trail which was ...
... On the following day, when Steven again heard a Scale-crested Pygmy-tyrant, he quickly braced my upper arms to make sure I didn’t “stop, drop, and roll” again. We all had a good laugh.
... and it was all worth it :) money well spent!! The ox cart factory was really cool. They take so much time to make the wheels, and everything is hand painted. The paintings are4 beautiful, and I'm so happy I can bring this part of Costa Rica home with me :) we took a really long bus ride to La Fortuna, and now we're staying in Las Colinas hotel. It's a nice place! Ian has the funniest picture above his bed, omgg. Anyways, we went to the local grocery store and ...
... lake from our room with the view of the lake and volcano. Still we had a nice time and discovered that the actual wet rainforest was quite different to the drier Caribbean type of forest at Sarapiqui.
I am writing this from our third rainforest at Monteverde, which is on the continental dividing range not far from Arenal as the bird flies, but on the Pacific side of the mountains. Here the rainforest is a cloud forest so it is drier and far ...