Hotel Casa Antigua
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of the Arenal Volcano, which last erupted in 1968 and destroyed the small town of Tabacon. The name "La Fortuna" was given to the town we were in, since the residents felt fortunate not to be adversely impacted by that eruption. After lunch, there was an option to either bike or ride in the van to our hotel, about 13 km away. (Kris was unafraid of the looming hills, so she braved it.). Our hotel is another great spot ... The Tabacon Hotel and Resort, with hot springs ...
... see whatever was next. He took it in good stride that we poked fun at his tendency to want the ...
... further up the volcano where we found the beautiful Botos Lagoon. The water was so still and tranquil we could have stayed forever! No rest for the travellers though as we headed back down the volcano and back onto the bus where we headed to the La Paz Waterfall Gardens for some lunch. 3.5 kilometres of walking trails weave through this nature park that also homes a rescued wildlife centre and a hummingbird garden. As we headed into ...
... They told us about all of the cool stuff that they had done so far and we enjoyed pizza, wine, and conversation. I am going to miss them! Last year I was kind of on my own and found some people to hang out with. This year I cam with Will which is awesome having someone here to do the same things that I want to do, but even better having friends to share your adventures with over dinner. Save travels! <3
... afternoon working with Josh and Paul. Team Slocomb! Also the morning spent chatting with Nicole, who very much reminds me of our niece. After clean up, we all went on a night walking tour through the forest. Our guide helped us find an agouti (a large "clean rat"), tarantula, porcupine, many insects, and two very rare finds, a boa constrictor, and an olingo, a kind of raccoon meets monkey. Not that these are threatened, but just very difficult ...