Hotel Arena y Sol
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It turned out that against all odds, we just barely caught the bus back to Matapalo.
The food came 2 minutes before the bus, and one of us had to use the restroom, running out right as the bus pulled to a stop.
Overall, it was a short trip, but very enjoyable. We saw iguanas, got to get some shopping done, and had a pretty good meal on the bus back home, walking back into the project right as the rains came.
... at the marina at 8am. Once working out where we needed to be, it's not long until we are on the boat and setting off into the sunset. Because we had a fairly rainy day yesterday, the water is a bit rough to start with and I can't help but picture how Dad would go out on the water?! Luckily I took a travel sickness tablet this morning just in case. Once we break out past the marina the waves aren't too bad and I find something relaxing about the movement if the boat and ...
... to the room for a chance to watch fireflies and a large Beatle with glow in the dark eyes on its back.
The next day was full of zip lining and massages relaxing, all to be capped off with a romantic dinner alone by the river with a 6 foot bonfire. We had toads and champagne and looked at the stars. The lack of any pestering bugs was surprising, especially since we were told it would be constant. There were howler monkey yells all night but no sign of them, Christine was ...
... of the tallest peak in Costa Rica and the second highest in Central America. Mt. Chirripo sits has a summit of 3,819 meters, which at first didn't sound that tall but after some quick calculus, I found that's 12,530 ft. It's supposed to be an great hike, but with 10,000 ft of elevation gain, it will be a tough one. But when you live in Hawaii and vacation in costa rica, can't just have it all as beach time. After some time on the beach, head inland and up to ...
... Leo found for us was a sloth slowly moving among some tree branches. The telescope brought it in close and we had plenty of time to view it before we moved on. The sloth was still slowly moving. Shortly after that, a family of Squirrel Monkeys flew across our path from tree to tree. Leo got the timing exactly right for this shot.
He then used my camera to take shots through ...