Celeste Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCeleste Mountain Lodge Bijagua de Upala
Very quite place - nice to watch birds. The owners do a really good job to keep the impacts on environment low.
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Travel Blogs from Bijagua de Upala
... the Mist." We finished the tour pretty quickly, since we didn't hire a tour guide. In the rain, we didn't have the right tolerance level to stop every 10-20 feet to learn about plants. After a brusque walk through all the paths, we asked our driver to drop us in the nearby town of La Fortuna to check it out. There were some shops, restaurants, and a park in the center of town, but this was an easy town to master in a couple of hours. We ate lunch at Lava Rocks, which had ...
Claire and I were up and out by 5:30 for early buses, leaving Robin to it. We are both heading to the northern central mountain region of Costa Rica. Her 6:15 bus wasn't happening and the 8:30 one would take nearly 12 hours (on the worlds longest detour) so she ended up jumping on my 6:30. Whilst most people slept, with so many early starts it felt my my body clock was ahead of time so I just cracked on. I've started reading a book by Che Guevera about his time during ...
... Las Iguanas to see the large green iguanas. There was one right in the parking lot and the others were in the trees at the back of the restaurant. They also had a gift shop where I bought salad forks carved out of wood and decorated with hand paintings of a hummingbird and green parrot. Then we headed up and more up closer to the mountains. We stopped at Rancho Mi Tata for lunch. It was a small restaurant along the side of the road. We had ...
... wake up at 4:30 to catch a bus to travel here by 8. As the local towns grow from tourism, more women can work at restaurants, shops and hotels. So the artisans are coming from more rural places, and possibly from more poverty. And one artisan expressed that as the tourist trade grows, it is also pricing town living out of the range of the average Tico. So the work day ended after all our frustrations when the Artisans had to leave between ...
... one I had met at my first visit here a
few weeks ago, I forgot his name, but he is a sweet black and white mutt. I
gave him a rub behind the ears and he settled in beside me on the floor. I
watched a Long-billed Hermit Humming bird come to the flowers around the porch
while parakeet flocks began to awake and chatter in the tree tops. The howler
monkey baritone was replaced by Tangers soprano song. The jungle was waking up!
Roosters began to crow in the ...