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... Seasons, and a certain hard-ass trainer from "The Biggest Loser" along with her family, but other than these few guests, we were it. Our first foray at the resort was to explore as many of the hot spring pools as we could. Since we were there with our kids, we were looking for the one fun slide that connected two of the pools. Dubbed the "Monkey Slide" by the resort, this slide was about 30 feet long and one of the fastest slides I've ever been on. Here is a short video of ...
... with cake and all with new found friends who also came up with fireworks! A great and so cool surprise, I will definitely not forget this birthday :) Some people wonder why we go off for our birthdays, I think it's a chance to truly do something different, step outside the box and create unique long lasting memories. I hope you get to do the same for yours and have the time of your life at ...
... 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 ...
... time to head back for supper.
We got changed quickly for supper and met Rayner and Freddie. We had a wonderful meal at the hotel restaurant. I had jumbo shrimp in a wonderful sauce with white rice and vegetables and of coure there was a fried plantain. After supper we went back to the wet bar, this time in the dry section. Erin and I blogged as they had Wifi there. More beer was ordered. Then we went back to the rooms for bed.
... Korean War. They moved here because around the same time, the Costa Rican government disbanded the army in order to pay for irrigation for the entire country, and the Quakers felt a kinship with this policy of non violence. So the country benefits from a huge preserve set aside. Monteverde preserve is part of the almost 1/3 of the country set aside as natural park. How amazing! We took a taxi for a 20 minute ride up the mountain into the cloud forest. There ...