Hotel La Pacifica
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Last night after our supper, we had salsa dancing lessons! Lots of laughs! Today we're driving to Monteverde Cloud Forest. Today we travelled to see the Arenal volcano that last erupted in 2010. The top was partially covered by low clouds. Afterwards, we transferred by boat to get to the other side of Lake Arenal. Lots of Aninghas, Egrets, Herons, Swallows, Ospreys...Weather has been perfect, sunny with cloudy periods, nice breeze. Our lunch stop was at a local ...
... hope it doesn't break' look, we couldn't help but admire where we was. Different bridges were placed on different levels of the rainforest all the way from the bottom to the very top of the canopy. Our guide also demonstrated that he could shake a tree around 50m high due to the roots, which as fascinating as it was, I couldn't help feel a little dizzy and wonder whether it was actually the tree or the bridge moving. As i am writing this blog, it's obvious that we had ...
A day of "surprises" ... Our story today took us from the cloud forest to wildlife river rafting to the mountain side of another volcano. We started on our bikes -- after another fabulous breakfast -- and rode about 31 km of a fairly easy route, which was very welcome. It was first downhill back through the town of La Fortuna, then out to the countryside to El Tanque and a busier road to the river. At ...
During our trip to Arenal, we went to some Hot Springs called Termales Del Bosque. There are many Hot Springs in this area that are all heated from the awesome power of the volcano. We had looked at prices for a few of them online before heading over there and found that this is a pretty expensive little side trip ranging from $25-$100 USD per person for a few hours of soaking and lunch.
Luckily we told our landlords we wanted to add this to our Arenal trip ...
... and we were engulfed in white fluff with about 10 feet of visibility all around, and feeling like we were teetering along the ridge of the mountain. Although a little scary, it was also fun! We eventually made it to the next red road and to the lodge where we were staying, and checked into our room without issue. Total driving time today was about 8 hours.
At the end of our stay in Arenal, we decided to take a different path back to our farm. From the Lodge, ...