Casa Luna Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Jess and I were up early and headed out before breakfast to see a place called the Hummingbird Gallery. This is really just a cafe outside the entrance gate to the Monte Verde Cloud Forest that has set up some hummingbird feeders on their verandah. We managed to be there before anyone else and had the place to ourselves. The hummingbirds were buzzing all around us like moths, flying around our heads and hovering right in front of us. We didn't really manage ...
... and tours. The main strip of the town was a collection of restaurants, tour companies and souvenir shops, each with someone outside trying to usher you in. It dawned on me then that so far in Central America the tourist hassle has been almost nonexistent. I steered well clear of the main tour companies, and over priced tours at my own Arenal Hostel Resort and found a recommendation to one a little outside the centre, always a better ...
... ORGANIC coffee beans and they do not sell it anywhere except out of their 2 bedroom house. We were able to drink coffee in their kitchen while she told the story of how they grow the coffee. Our next stop is to a local home where we learn how to cook a traditional Costa Rican food. We made arapa. Which is a sweet style pancake. It was great that this lady opens up her one ROOM home to students with ...
TJ’s (Tah Hota )1st entry
Wow! In some ways I still can’t believe we’re here after all the work, time and energy to put it together and then to finally arrive. I was actually physically shaking a little at the airport, out of excitement and nerves.
We are getting into a routine of sorts, which is nice and makes us feel like we are really living here for a while and not just visiting. One of the ...
... two pilots, and there was only one empty seat. With the lack of visibility (surprise – it was cloudy!) and rain, it was a little nerve-wracking on the climb, but it was neat to see the Tortuguero area from the sky for a little bit on our way out of the area.
It was a quick flight – 25 minutes – back to San Jose's smaller airport named "Tobías Bolaños", and then we got on an air conditioned van for the 3 hour drive to the Arenal (which is ...