BEST WESTERN Irazu
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... after it was laid on the beach into an above-ground container where we were able to keep it safe for more than 2 months while the eggs incubated. Later today we will release all of the new hatchlings onto the beach for their run to the sea! As part of our work, it is important that we transplant every turtle nest we find into our hatchery facility to keep it safe from poaching. Some go directly into the sand and some go into above- ...
... I'd expected! I also had a boy fall asleep on my arm, which was more cute than annoying. He didn't thank me for the use of my arm when he left the bus though! La Fortuna is famous for 2 volcanos, one of which was active just a few years ago and destroyed the town several decades ago. Today the volcanos are dormant though they're expected to be active in the future. A friend from New York, C, joined me in La Fortuna and because we only had one full day in ...
... with a lovely blue sky. I wonder how long that will last..... Time for somewhere new. I'm heading to the Nicoya peninsula. There are a couple of options to get there, a $20 bus (which leaves from the city centre and would cost about $20-30 to get to the bus stop....), or a $60 private van. So I'm taking the easy option and getting a van! I booked the van last week, bit of a hassle and never received a confirmation. But the hotel managed to reconfirm it for me, so hopefully it will turn ...
... t stop and look at anything, but keep moving through as quickly as possible. I am now very grateful to be on the tour that I am. We pull up at a beautiful spot with a small patch of sand making it look like a mini beach, and Jason pulls out some lunch that he made earlier that morning. This really is the best way to see the river. Back in the water and another casual cruise down and we are soon at the end of the rafting. A quick pack up and we are heading back to Turrialba after ...
... coffee bushes. The leftover pulp that is removed in the earlier steps is composted and put back into the land.
After learning the whole milling process we drove down the road to where the coffee is grown. Picking coffee is not easy work, and you can see how steep the rows are on the hilly land. After walking around the property we retired to the family home where we ...