Hotel El Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... boat. It was just a small passenger boat which held around 50/60 people and as the lake was totally secluded it was dead smooth. The boat ride took about an hour and we were so lucky with the weather, no rain, no clouds, around 30C with a light breeze. Had a great view of the volcano that we had walked the previous day. Got to monteverde and went to a small taco place for lunch. A very quaint mountain village with shops and restaurants and things so that was a nice surprise. ...
... that have been rescued mainly from the side of the road. We then rode back and stopped off at another couple of beaches for a swim on the way. Early the next morning we were back on the bus, heading to San Jose to then change for a bus to Monteverde (a 12 hour travel day!). Monteverde and Santa Elena are small towns surrounded by cloud forests, which they are famous for. We stayed in a hostel lodge in town but which was set back from the road in ...
After our Costa Rican rodeo experience from the night before we were up before 7 as we had some serious zip lining that needed to be taken of. The hotel served a fairly decent breakfast so we ate there as it was quick and easy. I had a stack of pancakes and eggs. Our pick up arrived at 7:30 and the days' adventures were about to begin. We had prepaid for zip lining when we signed up for the trip so the only thing we had to pay for was any of the extras that we wanted to ...
... and some pineapple empanadas ($1) for later. Then at 7.30am we were all picked up - ready to go zip lining! It was just a 15 minute drive through the hilly surroundings to reach the zip lines. I was really scared! A man 'dressed' us with a harness and we were given a quick briefing about what to do! Basically just sit down and use your hand on the line behind you as a brake! Then we were off. No faffing around. Eeek! The first line was not high and was fairly ...
... for too long. My back was a little red at the end of the day! Our guide at the NP told us his other love was music and which bar he was singing in that night so we went to listen to him. We got there for happy hour and stayed for a Thai meal too. Quite an expensive night really at 34dollars. I know that isn't expensive for a night out as such but it's currently working out at around 50$+ per day! Costa Rica is really expensive. We ...