Hotel Arenal Rabfer
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Saturday 28 December 2013 We left Monteverde at 8am and took unpaved roads for 2 hours before we reached Lake Nicaragua. It is a man made lake and the boat ride was stunning. It looked like Switzerland in the summer. It was a 40 minute ride to reach La Fortuna and we headed straight to Desafio (which means challenge in Spanish) and it is the …
... wake up at 4:30 to catch a bus to travel here by 8. As the local towns grow from tourism, more women can work at restaurants, shops and hotels. So the artisans are coming from more rural places, and possibly from more poverty. And one artisan expressed that as the tourist trade grows, it is also pricing town living out of the range of the average Tico. So the work day ended after all our frustrations when the Artisans had to leave between ...
... La Fortuna before retiring for the night. We didn’t slow down too much in our new location. Next day we went out to arrange a hike around the local volcano which incorporated a spot of animal watching to begin with. On the cards were the formidable iguanas and the illusive sloths.
After months of aimlessly searching the trees and ...
... in gave it a wonderful
flavor. We also had a juice which at first I thought was ginger lemonade, a
common juice to be served here, but turns out it was actually a cooled tea of lemon
After the meal we were taken on a tour of the jungle behind
the Maleku home. The man explained that the Maleku had lost all their land and
this plot was given back to his family…after it had been completely degraded ...
... over 1,633 metres / 5,358 ft ...