Casa Luna Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... around. And everything was set up on tables that had cups of water around the legs. This was so the ants couldn't wander off the tables.
We learned that in the forest, the ants leave a trail of scented pheromones between the plant source and the colony. That's how the ants know how to get back and forth. And when it starts to rain, the water washes away all the scents and the ants can't find their way back. So they just drop all their leaves.
The colonies ...
... day, it was just a transfer and we jump in the bus. I crash out pretty quick after watching Iron Man last night but Leesh is kicking and sits back and admires much of the beauty of the scenery that she missed while she was having a nap on the way up the mountain a few days earlier. We arrive to the edge of Laguna de Arenal where we see a boat waiting for us and the other 20 odd passengers also waiting for transfer. But as always, we are ...
... d look down at the ground and see my shadow and just smile because it was so awesome. After 2 more more cables, we were done with zip lining and then had the option to do the Tarzan swing. Of course I did it! So you had to walk out on a swinging bridge to this platform where these two guys strapped you in and pushed you up against he gate, said "Bend your knees!" and you were gone. It was crazy fun! It was like pure shock at first ...
... of Liberia. I tried to take local currency out of the bank machine but it would only let me take the equivalent of $78 US out. I was not impressed. For lunch we went to Subway, apparently it's a pretty popular place with restaurants around the world... We needed something quick and it was our healthiest option. After lunch it was back on the road for a few more hours. We made one pit stop at a place that had macaws and toucans which was pretty neat. I had the ...
... is a must-do stop on any eco-tour of Costa Rica. Only 1% of the global woodland consists of cloud forests and Monteverde is the posterchild of these types of forests which are characterized, not surprisingly, by a persistent cloud cover, usually at the canopy level. Having come from the rainforests of Arenal (just a short distance away), it was almost erie (and certainly drier) to be wandering through the fog, mists, and clouds ...