El Silencio Lodge & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... expertise we were able to spot tarantulas, toucans, numerous small birds and insects, swallow tailed kites, innumerable plants and insects, and the true highlight, three howler monkeys! The monkeys, also known as Congo, are the animals we are painting on the shirts at CASEM. So amazing to see them in real life! After three hours at the preserve, we hightailed it in to town to Bar Amigo to watch the Costa Rica v Uruguay World Cup game... Which Paul called one of his ...
... diversity of microclimates, ecosystems, and living things in Costa Rica.
After 100 kilometers on the Pan American Highway we turned off on the gravel road to Monteverde and finally reached Phoebe and Hugh's lovely spot on a hill overlooking the Nicoya Peninsula, with the Pacific in the distance. Although the view was a bit hazy due to burning the sugar cane fields ...
... makes sense since it's beautiful out here. We recommended that they try the restaurant up the street, Soda La Hormiga. We've eaten there three times now, since they've got the best prices in town and the food actually isn't bad for what it is: more Casados. If I don't eat white rice with black beans ever again, I don't think I'll miss it. But for $4, the portions are huge and you get a fried plantain, which is really growing on me. ...
... 2 hours of hiking there was a decline to the green lagoon. It was a bit slippery so we had to be careful where to put our foot. Its an old volcano and the crater is filled with water to form a large lagoon.
On our way back down the volcano I found a tarzan like vine to have fun with so we all took our turns having fun on it.
The hike in total with some rest stops along the way and once we arrived at the lagoon in total about 5 hours at ...