El Silencio Lodge & Spa
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... and back to the hotel. The hotel is about a 15 minute walk out of town, into the countryside. And the hotel was amazing! Small little cabins, and a pool!! So that was my afternoon sorted - at the pool! Most of us had the same idea. And we spent all afternoon there. It started to cloud over around 4.30pm. And get cold. So I had a shower and sorted all my stuff out. Then the plan changed and we were all heading off to some more hot springs! We piled into another van - and had ...
... I had such a great day today. Getting to learn more about other people and just seeing what is different in their way of life in Switzerland, Germany, and Finland than in Canada. There was so much to be thankful for. The beauty of this nature is beyond me and every time I saw something wonderful, I just couldn't help think how big is this world and how little I know of it; how I pity the people who know little of what is around them, whose life ...
... the area. The Bri Bri found themselves in the same situation faced by marginalized groups all over Latin America; the company had gone to the community leaders and asked if they would like a road built for easier access to the community. Sure! Why not? the community leaders answered. So the road was built, and having no idea what they had signed up for, the BriBri find themselves under the thumb of the powerful company and are now trying to do what ...
... up hiking around, and even returned the following evening for a night hike. I know it sounds kind of dumb, but walking through the rainforest was pretty fun. We didn't see any animals the first day except an agouti...which is like a rabbit without big floppy ears....weird. By the time it was over, all of us were super exhausted.
Saturday we went to the Cloud Forest reserve and learned that the temperature for that time of the year there was not sufficient ...
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 ...