Hotel Ave del Paraiso
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... in bloom, cocoa beans, papaya, casaba, sugar cane, strawberry farms, coconuts and plantains. Along the side of the road were coffee beans growing wild which the locals pick for their own use. An unexpected highlight was coming upon a family of coatimundis, locally called pisotes. Alex also stopped at a known tourist destination where there were at least a dozen iguanas, very colorful and large. They live in this tree beside a ...
... cool. I could have stayed in the warm water forever. The guide even rubbed volcanic mud on our faces, like they do in fancy hot spring spas. We had an awesome, super cheap lunch in town and then headed back on the 2:45 bus. But.... When we got back to the hostel, the water was out! So after a long, sweaty ride on the bus, we could not get water, wash our faces, or take showers haha. It was out until late Sunday afternoon...really made me ...
... hostel-dwellers to go along to some free hot springs. Well god-bless geothermal energy as those hot springs were awesome and having a cheeky beer as well isn't a bad way to spend the afternoon. The next day after being fully rested I went on a 10km hike up to two volcanoes which was both gruelling and rewarding reaching the summit of one which was a hot lake now formed in the belly of the volcano crater. Another dose of hot springs action (this time after dark ...
... than any guys watching football in America. Everyone, after every little kick, was squirming in there seats, oohing and ahhing, and freaking out! So exciting. I got to share my testimony at halftime and Costa Rica won the game!! So everyone was very excited. Hung out for a while after the game, dancing and having fun. Saturday morning we got to sleep in for the first time in a real long time haha, and sleeping til 8 am was sleeping in! The girls and I in my team went with Bethany ...
... local food places and local artists and craftsmen set up in tents around campus selling food and things, and students were doing crazy things all over campus! There were bands, acrobats, blow up pools, dancing, singing, and more. There were also swings randomly set up all over campus and random cheerleaders-it was like a cultural explosion. Very interesting and exciting to watch, but a weird day to try and talk to students! But ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility