Casa Luna Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had the opportunity to take the 18 students we had tutored during the week to the zoo in the next town Managua. Some of them had never been out of their neighbourhood and they all got dressed up nice for the occasion. We felt underdressed in our work gear! The zoo was full of wonderful animals and the rain didn't even stop us from enjoying ourselves. Each challenger had their own student to look after and had fun running around chasing them as they went from animal to ...
On this day, I finally got to try the obligatory zip line. We lucked out because the previous night it had started to rain and it continued into the morning.
By 9AM however, it cleared up and we had a great view of the Arenal volcano on the way to the zip line place: Sky Adventures.
To get to the zip lines, we first had to take the Tram all the way up. Once there, we had amazing views of Lake ...
Pick up at 6.15am from hotel in Puerto Viejo, then at about 10am plus we were rafting down the River Paquare! This was quite easy, and good fun, but a long day as we did not arrive at Fortuna Hotel Monte Real (I'd give it four out of five) til about 8pm. Good way to travel though, having the rafting in the middle. I also got well sun burnt on the upper legs.
We had a lovely meal at Soda Viquez and then went to bed.
Next day we looked round gardens of hotel ...
... activity we are on at home. We have time to hang out with each other and the girls in a way we never have before. We talk about goals and dreams for the years ahead. We can enjoy a last minute lunch with friends, sit and read a book or just watch the birds in our backyard.
We are almost half way through our time here and are trying to savor every bit, the good and the bad, the big things and the little things. Most of all we just feel fortunate to have this time together as a ...
... far noisier than our Hanging Bridges walk. Ben managed to spot some of the loudest birds. We have yet to identify them (when we could only see their tails, we thought perhaps they were toucan, but a glimpse of the beaks dispelled that idea). Their call sounds a bit like radio static. Their tails, or at least the underside of the tails, are a bright yellow, the bodies black with glimpses of red. I took what pictures I could, but they were high up in the ...