Chachagua Rainforest Hotel & Hacienda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... must be quite sizable too. Puerto Limón is not a big town, but an important harbour for the export of bananas and pineapple. Heaps of refridgerated containers carry names like Dole and Delmonte. Thousands of trucks flock the road. The typical American trucks with their double axles at the back and their extended cabins for the driver to sleep in. All very noisy with their vertical chrome exhaust pipes. Loaded with chrome sunvisors, ...
... the canopy of the forest. Anita had an absolute blast, talking to herself the entire way round. She absolutely loves trees and has done since birth. In the afternoon we went to Don Juan's coffee plantation for a tour. We learned all about how coffee is grown, harvested, dried, processed and roasted to make a dynamite cup of joe. Our last stop in Costa Rica was the Arenal Volcano. Dormant since 2010 but is now smoking for the first time since it went to sleep. It is against the law ...
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... we walked 4.4 miles and climbed over 1,000 feet of vertical ascent. That evening, the hotel restaurant staff surprised us by setting up our table in the private butterfly garden. The intimate candlelight setting was perfect for our weekly "Family Feast." In addition to a delicious three course meal, we enjoyed an engaging dinner conversation.
We had something a little higher-octane planned for our third and final day on Monteverde: zip-lining. While we ...
... involves much effort. All it takes is roasting the beans, coarsely grinding the beans into nibs, separating the nibs from the shells, and then finely grinding the nibs until they start to melt and voila, you have ready-to-eat melted chocolate! Of course there is still more you could do with the chocolate at this point, such as tempering it to obtain a more pleasant appearance and texture.
Perhaps the most shocking part of today's tour ...