El Silencio Lodge & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
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Our morning started with some uncertain news. Last night’s storm was
worse than predicted and the river had swelled. Trees had fallen blocking the
roads so the bus that was waiting for us on the other side would have to take a
2 and a half hour detour to get to our meeting point. After being delayed by 3
hours we finally got …
... with tiny rungs in it and I barely didn’t fall. We walked about 20 meters until we came upon the next cliff. I was preparing to maximize the sound coming out of my vocal cord until we learned it was a zip line. The first person did this mysterious 'rappel', and we saw the person who did the small zip line drop so fast they didn’t have time to scream. I was very terrified again, and I asked if the person already down could drop me slower. They did it slow, and ...
Location : At home with the Charnocks in Santa Ana, San Jose, Costa Rica
Daytime visit : Dako Coffee Estate, Poas Volcano Narional Park, La Paz Waterfall Gardens
Sunrise : 5.55am Sunset : 5.46pm
Temperature (high) : 30c / 86f (low) : 18c / 64.4f
Time : GMT -6 hours
(Ship's location : At sea en route to Pago Pago)
The tour bus was due to leave the Intercontinental Hotel at Escazu at 6.20am so I was up with ...
... on some pretty nice paved roads to get out there so no harm done. As we pulled up we found an information desk where we paid our entrance fee, got our arm bands and were directed down the path for the hot springs. It was raining but the springs were down in the woods under the tree cover so not really too wet. We really liked walking down the little path through the woods and loved the huge river that was flowing beside us.
There were 8 pools at the ...
... posed our greatest opportunity. we did not see any, so instead we gathered information for planning a future trip in which we would track them more cunningly. However, because I am a reasonable person, I was consoled by a pair of iridescent blue morpho butterflies who still flutter through my memory as I write this. We then went to lunch at a women's cooperative establishment with an informal feeling kitchen where we ordered ...