Hotel Arenal Carmela
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we went up the stairs and down into the cold pool. I plopped down, all the way in, and it was so shockingly cold that I think I literally screamed a little. But I forced myself to stay in until I was somewhat used to the temperature. Then I went back to the wonderful warmth and started to feel my body really relax. After another trip to the cold shock, I returned to the warmth and noticed that my whole body was tingling with pins and needles. It felt a little weird, but soon I ...
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... all of the teachers of public schools are protesting because they have not been getting paid for some time. Because of this protest, these kids haven't been in school for over a month now- it's really an unfortunate situation and I hope it gets straightened out soon. These kids need their education and the teachers have their rights to be paid! After dinner, we watched some telenovelas for a little while. One in particular caught my interest- ...
... flowed down in small cascades into numerous pools. You could go in anywhere and enjoy. The grounds were beautiful with all kinds of greenery. Brian on the other hand, got bored pretty quickly. It was too much like relaxing for him. After an hour or so, he got out and promptly took a nap. His impression of the place got a little better when we went to the all-you-can-eat buffet that was included.
... is cold, and the food is ******* EXPENSIVE. Won’t be eating here then…
That aside the country is actually amazing, with such diversity and some really beautiful places… and if anything I’ve now become used to doing things on a shoestring (Costa Rica is more like a noose).
First day went up a mountain by the volcano, which had a lake at the top which was pretty decent, despite sharing the moment with quite a few tour groups (good luck to the ...