Hotel El Bosque
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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... roasts have less caffeine because more of the element burns off during the longer roasting time. In Costa Rica, and most of Latin America, they mainly grow the Arabica bean (vs the Robusta bean). They only have half as much caffeine compared to Robusta but are considered higher quality. Most Latin American countries focus on producing quality vs quantity.
... hotel at 5:00 with dinner at 7:00. We went down in front of the hotel and took some pictures then went to the bar for a drink. Rayner walked in shortly after we sat down. Eventually we took our drinks to our room and watched the sunset. It was okay but not as good as last night. I started this blog and downloaded pictures.
We went to town for supper at 7:00 to Amy's Restaurant. It was a nice place on the main ...
... Rican mountains and lies within a cloud rainforest reserve. The climate was very wet and cold which was a lot different to the heat we had experienced in the last few weeks. It was a nice change in fact! Upon arrival in the early evening, we managed to find a cheap hostel for $7! The town was very geared towards tourism and due to our time constraints we booked a zipline tour for the following day as soon ...
... all the travelling the past week and the hikes we decided to slow it down here and took a few hikes around nearby forests but saved most of our energy for the evening where we would get to see the rain forest at night as we ventured in with a guide. It's easy for your mind to play tricks on you when walking through a forest at night, let alone this one. Our guide asked us to trust him as we turned off our torches and stood quietly ...
... to Europeans we agreed. The next morning our Dutch pals departed and after eating our great free breakfast from the hostel, we waited to be collected by our minibus that would take us riding for the morning. The man arrived to collect us and we went outside the hostel to find not a minibus, but three horses waiting for us. The man in his cowboy hat appeared friendly and we got onto our horses and began to ride. Bearing in mind the last horse I had been on I had dramatically ...