El Silencio Lodge & Spa
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Got dropped off in town and had a drink in the treehouse which is a restauarant built around a big tree. We were on the first floor and had a fair few branches close to us. A treehouse is a bit of a stretch of a name, but interesting nonetheless and drinks not massively pricey.
For dinner we went to Soda Las Salvadita a bit north of town. We were only ones in there and served by a child, but food was good.
We went to bed hoping the roads tomorrow would not be too ...
This weekend we went to Monteverde, it was incredible. We left Hojancha Friday morning and hit the road- three hours, lots of heat, a bottle of wine made from a tree, dirt roads, and gorgeous views later- we reached our destination! Monteverde is up in the mountains and feels like a completely different world than Guanacaste. The views are out of this world, we could even see the Pacific Ocean! Friday night we went on a night tour with a guide ...
... far noisier than our Hanging Bridges walk. Ben managed to spot some of the loudest birds. We have yet to identify them (when we could only see their tails, we thought perhaps they were toucan, but a glimpse of the beaks dispelled that idea). Their call sounds a bit like radio static. Their tails, or at least the underside of the tails, are a bright yellow, the bodies black with glimpses of red. I took what pictures I could, but they were high up in the ...
... found an amazing little soda, where we ate great food for $3.
Booked multiple buses for the next morning (5:30am) and went to bed, during which time we got eaten alive by mosquitoes which must have been resident in our room - this led to an emergency deeting at 2 in the morning and a hunt for the culprits (i got 4). Felt pretty tired the next day!
Gab: Our Lonely Planet guidebook and everyone we had talked to recommended the Poás volcano over the volcan Irazú (despite the fact that the latter is much higher up), as well a leaving early before the clouds form around the volcano's summit. Admittedly, we got a late start to the day but by the time we left San Jose it was roughly 9 ...