Hotel Montana Monteverde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... that traffic is awful in cities no matter where in the world you are. We continue driving for another 2 1/2 hours and I finally see my first sign with Monteverde on it, another 70km's. The drive as a whole is long but fairly painless. We reach the 20km sign and things start to slow down. We reach a pile up of cars who have stopped for the infamous 'road works'. Marcelo tells me that they are upgrading the road into Monteverde, but we shouldn't have to wait to long until ...
... things to do- and since I am a tourist I did them- the Canopy tour or Zipline tour. You are attached to a wire and fly over the forest ..sometimes over 100 m high! At the end a tarzanswing....something between a bungjump and a swing...a lot of fun and ...
... embroidered items; a Quaker woman gave them a book about the indigenous birds, and they embroidered many items with these birds. Now the items include wood work, painting, jewelry, clothing, and much more. During our conversations last night and today, we asked about the impact of this project on the lives of the women involved. They explained that there was an increase in self esteem,and better understanding of gender roles. One abuela (grandma) had a husband who ...
... the completely downhill 1.5 hour hike with all of our gear. The six kids ranging in age from 3-13 all loved the ease at which they effortlessly floated down the trails to the calls of bell birds and other creatures of the forest. The rain gods were kind enough to hold off until the last 5 minutes of the hike.
The station itself is completely off the grid. Power comes from a small hydro generator where the water travels about 300 vertical feet downhill to provide ...
... and excess, in the same way. Simply having to get in the car and drive to places is going to seem strange. We are vowing to try and bring as much of the simple lifestyle we have lived here back home with us, and it will be interesting to see if we are successful.
We will also miss the many Ticos we have come to know during our time here, that shared stories of their lives here in Monteverde and Costa Rica and gave us a ...