Delfin Beachfront Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
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What do you get if you stick a bunch of trees on top of a high mountain ridge that always has clouds stuck behind it? A cloud forest! Monteverde is an interesting place (ignoring the fact that it shares a name with a suburb of Beirut). The smaller town of Monteverde was founded by Quakers from the US in the 50s and the larger town of Santa Elena seems to have grown to become a tourist hub (after a fashion, they only have some of the streets paved). Getting there from La Fortuna ...
I had a great experience getting to Montezuma, because from Manuel Antonio I drove up with two hitch hikers who were on their way to Nicaragua. I dropped them off Puntaneras and then took the car ferry over. Driving on winding roads I finally made it to Montezuma in the late afternoon/evening, so I didn't really have a whole lot of time the first night to do much. The hostel was nice, but the people were very, very into their books. To try and break the ice I even offered some ...
... or chicken operation. Others will work in the forest learning botany. Others will work in the kitchen. The second class was an upper class focused on working with cows. We didn't see much of what the class was about, it was more of a question and answer session. We were supposed to take a tour if the forested area, but a downpour led to a salsa dancing lesson instead. The campus itself was especially noted for the Eco side of ...
... was designed like a Tica village - Tica is a term that Costa Ricans use to describe themselves. The hotel was in the Tirimbini Rainforest Reseve. The National Parks cover about 23% of Costa Rica, but their entry points are managed by private companies, which is where it gets really expensive. Even though we were staying in the reserve in Sarapiqui, we still had to pay US$15 each for the privilege of walking their trails.
We took a boat trip on ...
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Step 3: After having a quick lunch at the Orchid Cafe (their panini’s are excellent) head to the Serpentarium to view all the reptiles that one might find in Costa Rica, including an excellent collection of the deadly and super venomous snakes you might see as you are walking through the cloud forest. This might not be the best idea, because it tends to scare some people. However it is lots of ...