Chachagua Rainforest Hotel & Hacienda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sized hug!! Got to chill with a few hummingbirds fighting over a spot on a feeder, spotted a Tucan and simply enjoyed Tican nature. I signed up at the reception desk for night hike tomorrow, the preserve was the best I've seen so far so I'm really looking forward to it. Stopped by a co-op store later and bought a Pura Vida t-shirt, some honey flavored coffee and a brass ring and hiked to another yoga session. With all this uphill and downhill hiking, ...
... which I did with my family. We set up this excursion through the hotel and it was a wonderful experience. We were taken by van with another family to the rafting area (we choose an intermediate level route). They fitted us with life preservers and stressed important safety. Then we were off down the rapids with guides in small canoe like things on either side. It was incredibly fun to say the least and they ...
... got a general idea of the discussion topics. Even Señor Glenecki had to have her repeat somethings. She talked really quickly and I started to get nervous. Finally a little before 4:30, my host mom showed up! It had started to rain, so someone lent me an umbrella and we left. I had forgotten that we were literally on a mountain and that my suitcase weighed 50lbs. And I wore flip flops. That was an embarrassingly sweaty, dirty ...
... 2 people in there. We had use of the kitchen which was in need of a good clean, but generally useable for our simple meals.
Food: we cooked most things at the hostels as they had full kitchen facilities.
- Stella bakery. On the way back from our Cerro Amigos walk. Lots of rave about this place. Nothing special. It's a bakery that sells overpriced cakes and coffee.
Run Tally: 0. (Total: still 23+).
Hiking makes Joe sweat even more than running... ...
... who offered me right away to work as a pineapple distributor for Germany and China for her. How lucky that my future career already got fixed at such an early stage of my trip. In the evening I had a fun time drinking Jägermeister with Ken, a previous Deutsche Banker in Tokyo and Fernanda, a beautiful Mexican Dr. who loves German bakeries and getting lost on her bicycle. Obviously this place was hard to leave.