Hotel Arenal Carmela
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... walking towards the other side of the lagoon and up a different path that is equally difficult and steep as the first. After another ridiculous climb to the lip of the crater, we now have to go down the other side of the volcano. My knees are killing me at this point. On our way down, we pass a group who has found a vine that swings out and over the path. Not one that's been nicely secured by cables, a natural vine intertwined with the branches high in ...
... to express amazement/wonder. So when Carlos asked us how our tour was, we all replied, "pura vida!"
Hot Springs at Arenal Volcano:
After leaving Project Asis, we had a little bit more of a drive to our final destination for the day. Our lodging for the night was at Los Lagos Hotel, which was a destination in itself. That's because it's one of several resorts at the base of the Arenal (ar-ee-NAL) Volcano, and it had amazing hot springs. I'd known we'd be ...
... and over. Now Leesh and I aren't the most flora interested people, so after a bit of time without seeing any fauna, we were starting to get a bit over it. We were checking every hole and each time we were left disappointed. But we made our way to the main lookout and were gifted with a lush, scenic view over the canopy of the forest. Downside; wind chill factor was a killer. So we snap a few pics and retreat back into the protection of the trees and ...
... follow. There's a couple of sloths on the trees outside the lodge, they don't move much. In La Fortuna they met a cool guy at Red Lava tourist centre, Wybe (Dutch) who booked their trips. First off, quad biking. Ian displayed his gentlemanly and mature side rolling back virtually into Sarah and Naomi's quad bikes than revving really hard to spray mud (and in Sarah's case) actual cow poo over them. Having rained continuously for days mud wasn't in short ...
... abbiamo fatto. Le ziplines durano 2 ore e finiamo con “l’altalena di Tarzan” da dove ci buttiamo in caduta libera a 50 metri di altezza per poi farci dondolare in mezzo agli alberi..wow!
Fortunatamente il tempo e’ bello durante le ziplines ma appena camminiamo verso la citta’ le nubi raggiungono le colline e siamo praticamente dentro una nuvola!
Prossimo stop: Vulcano Arenal, Costa ...