Hotel El Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the stirrups essentially useless, negating their purpose of providing a platform for the rider to maintain stability.
Not only that, but it ends up forcing the ankles into a weird angle, and puts a ton of stress on the knees, resulting in some very sore joints at the end of the ride. Even worse, when the horse starts to trot, in that position you can't push up on the stirrups to cushion ...
... jump that followed however topped this. It was a kind of bungee swing about 20 metres up and we had to walk out on a half bridge in order to do the jump. It was almost like walking that plank! I'm so glad that I did the jump as some people dropped out. Due to time contraints we now head to the beach town of Puerto Viejo for new year. Ps. Thanks for all your comments on the blog, it's lovely to hear from you ...
... as the animals don't wait. On the tour we see lots of spiders (tarantulas being a favourite and only a little bit poisonous), birds, frogs and a sloth. It certainly is a different experience walking around the park at night. And with that, my time in Monteverde (and Costa Rica) is at a sad end. I came on this trip with no preconceptions of what to expect both from the country and as an overall experience. I am pleased to say that it has exceeded my wildest expectations. ...
After a lot of travelling I finally met Esther at the hostel we were to stay together for the next two nights. It was up on the hill between Quepos and Manuel Antonio and therefore had the most amazing view of the ocean, and a really nice patio equipped with hammocks and tables to enjoy it with. On the Saturday we visited the manuel Antonio national park with our new Spaniard friend, Daniel, providing an excellent opportunity for me to practice my linguistic skills. The park was ...
... off at a bus stop on the side of the Interamericana Highway. Here we were supposed to get picked up by another bus to go to Nicaragua, but unfortunately it drove straight past without stopping for us, so instead we were left to hail a bus on the side of the highway to get to the border (not too often we can say we hailed a bus on the side of the road to get to another country). We didn't have to wait long though and made it to the border without ...