Esencia Hotel & Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... is fun, any nerovus feelings have long since disappaited. However I quiet 'o ****' was given on the tarzan swing though, as I experienced the initial 3 seconds of free fall. This was by far the most fun. The whole thing lasted about 2 hours and whilst there was a bit of a wait for people to go it was never substantial.
Back in town I cracked on with some admin I was too tired to be bothered with last night before calling it another early night. Rock and Roll. ...
... than Lake Michigan and yet contains 5% of the worlds biodiversity and has the largest percentage of protected areas in the world and has pretty much diminished deforestation. A fantastic example to the rest of the World and we had no hesitation to seek out our own experience of Costa Rican nature by making our way further south to Corcovado National Park, the largest in the country, located on the Osa Peninsula. Our next destination heading South on the Pacific coast was ...
The beach is amazing. In fact Will and I traveled to Costa Rica and went to the beach way more than we did at home when it was 10 minutes away. However, there is something truly magical about the Cloud Forest Region in Costa Rica. Maybe it's just excitement from when the sun finally makes an appearance. Literally: Will and I got stranded in a downpour of rain. The thunder was so loud, I screamed and ran back to ...
... and a bit of glue create the bags ; specially twisted string adds handles, a CASEM sticker for advertisement, and a half hour later, you have a brown paper bag that will be used in place of plastic bags for customer purchases. Makes you rethink every paper bag you've thrown away in your life! At lunch, I was completely surprised and truly touched by Dona Ana's birthday cake. Her hug and love made my day truly special. (As did all of ...
... some of which are so tiny that they hand you a magnifying glass when you walk in for the tour! They also have the National Flower of Costa Rica, the Guaria Morada orchid.
The tarantula orchid is not only startingly beautiful but comes with an interesting story. Apparently they are so much like their namesake spiders that they are occasionally attacked by ...