Hotel Arenal Rabfer
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What a packed day today was! We started at the Arenal Volcanic Park, where we hiked through rainforest to see various lava flows and saw some really exciting wild life along the way, which will be reported below. The Arenal Volcano is 5,358 ft tall and considered an andesitic stratovolcano which means it is a cone shaped volcano that has been …
*Please stay tuned for professional shots of white water rafting, to be posted!* Today we woke up early from our hotel in Sarapiqui and traveled to the Sarapiqui River to whitewater raft with some of Costa Rica's best guides. Most students agreed that today was the best day so far on the trip as many had never rafted before and certainly none of us …
... very nice people we wen all together to those hot srpings. And with the moon shining on us we were bathing in that hot river....not sure what words to use to descipe this apart from awsome, amazing or just beautiful....This travels do not stop to spill impressions and emotions on ...
I finally managed to go snorkelling on my last day in Samara. The sea was a bit rough but the reef wasn't too far of a swim and after asking around a bit I found out it was quite feasible to venture out myself. An hour of snorkelling pretty much tired me out but I did see some fantastic fish, huge numbers of schoolers mostly which were really impressive. But my biggest surprise was waiting for me back at the beach as I was making my way back to the town. I so very much wish I'd had ...
... we have spent 20 years working out how best to travel together! What a way to start but they seemed to be doing great. I was especially impressed when they said they biked to Valle de Bravo while in Mexico. Valle de Bravo is a beautiful lake town up in the MOUNTAINS. Maggie, the bride, was surprised I knew about the place and she said that the ride there did kill her. Anyway, they gave us their blog address and I will have to read ...