Hotel Ave del Paraiso
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Went out for dinner tonight with 2 friends that I'll be traveling with this weekend, learned more Spanish, took a conversation class at 4 and more salsa at 3. A fun/long day. Weather is awesome. Conversation story: the teacher asked 'how did you find out about Costa Rica/the CRLA? I translated that as 'what do you hope to find in Costa Rica?' My answer: a volcano. I think I'm ...
... spending two days there to see the sites. I felt like I had achieved so much in two days. I had Burger King for the first time on my travels, I sorted out my luggage and made a small plan. But this meant that the closest I got to exploring the city was the shopping mall or the bar street on my last night there. Never fear, I will return and explore it all with my friends, so it will be new to us ...
... that would have a direct impact on the environment and I got quite proficient in popping tree sized holes with a trench spade. That day we also planted, what I named, magic trees; I was more than a little skeptical at first, but soon bought into the concept. There was a large pile of what I would have termed as large sticks or small dead branches, we were however instructed to plant these along the fence line, to fill in the gaps. Even though they looked dead, we ...
... tired and worn out! On Friday at around 2 pm, we got picked up by a tour service and we began our adventures in Arenal. We hikes around the base of the volcano and I got to jump in and swim in a waterfall and see many cool creatures, including spider monkeys!! We then got to experience a real intense storm at the volcano and I felt like I was in the movie of Jurassic park haha. The truck we were riding in had windows that were fogging up, it ...
Much like El Salvador, Costa Rica benefits greatly from the volcanoes across the region which results in lush green landscapes and some great flora and fauna. San Jose (the capital) isn't the most developed, to be brutally honest was surprisingly run down. Nonetheless I managed to see most of the sites in about half a day, but what made my time there was the hostel I stayed in. After Miami I decided not to stay in a party hostel and opted for this ...