Hotel Rio Perlas Spa, Resort & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... m coming to terms with the fact that that's probably never going to happen. I do have to do at least a Superhike here--my first in mainland Latin America. Before I started the trip I considered a Superhike across the isthmus of Panama. But when I saw that in central Costa Rica it would be possible to hike 4 of the 7 provinces in just a few days--all in the relatively cooler highlands--I opted for that instead. I already did the stretch from Heredia to San Jose. Today I'm ...
... to get a great view of the crater as our guide had been a few days earlier and apparently it was covered in cloud. At almost a mile in diameter (1.6 km), the crater’s rain-fed sulphuric pool still bubbles and emits smoke into the air, reminding you of its imposing activity. Although the last major eruption was in 1910, you can still see geysers explode into the air up to 820 ft (250 m) high (we weren’t lucky enough to ...
... and her mom told me to go wake her up too. Haha :) so once she was awake, she played music and we were singing along and dancing. It was fun :) after breakfast, we bathed Akri to get all the bugs off of her. Then we watched the Brazil - Chile game until lunch. After lunch we hiked up a mountain and said hi to some goats, horses, and cows. The views were beautiful! When we got back to the house, we just hung out and talked. I packed, I cried, I went to bed. I'm going to miss them SO ...
... to school and to lunch to brush their teeth after. That would be so strange in the US! It's interesting.. Later, when we got back to school, we kept playing on the computer. A solid 6 hours of gaming. I kid you not, a SOLID 6 hours. 3 of those hours dedicated to a game called Peggle. (It's super fun and I NEED to get it.) Anyways, after school we walked home and Naza was teaching me some slang. Tuanes, maje, y otras palabras pero ...
Today I experienced one of the happiest moments of my entire life. I saw Arrowhead kids. It sounds weird, but staying with a host family is like being completely alone for days and slowly losing your mind because you haven't seen your family or a fellow English speaker in days. So when we all saw each other (only about half of us showed up), we hugged and we were almost brought to tears. I have never been so happy ...