Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... making it much gloomier than the sunshine days we have just come from on the coast. Swimming roof top pool-very unglamorous after the sun soaked pools with swaying palm trees and flowers. Was cloudy, breezy and cooler than all previous venues, so was more an attempt to lose some calories rather than last rays of sun! Dinner at a nearby italian and we're almost done in ...
... they retreated to the safety of their own garden and continued to warn us off, but with the safety of a garden wall between them and us. Our evening's entertainment was to go and see the film 'Mortdecai' at the local cinema. David and I got caught up in a traffic jam behind a couple of accidents, but we still managed to meet up with Claire, Ben and Poppy before the film started. It was a light comedy starring Johnny Depp as an English ...
... name is a mystery, but it is right on the edge of Corcovado). The 12.5 k journey took 40 minutes, once you are off the main highways the roads are ****.
I walked to the hostel (2), got sorted out and then went for a walk down the road to see what I could see. I came across the office for another hostel, Bolita (3), where I had thought about staying but having to carry my stuff, including all my camera gear ...
... which showed what the beautiful crater lake looks like on the rare clear days. We then entered the hiking trail, which provided us with much more pleasurable sights. Along the way, which was physically demanding in the rarefied air, we spotted native sparrows and hummingbirds in the lush tropical rainforest. We were glad to have missed the trail entrance earlier, as the steep gradient and wet ground would have made the ascent much more taxing. After ...
1.) Pavement is optional. With the exception of the highway near San Jose, the roads that we travelled on were paved by someone with some serious ADD. A section of road would be paved, this would be followed by a section of gravel road (Saskatchewan's gravel roads look like freeways in comparison), followed by another section of pavement, followed by more gravel. The road up to Monteverde was 45 minutes of ...