Hotel El Bramadero
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... went for a walk a few hours up to a beautiful waterfall with a lagoon and a small stream with crystal clear waters in the middle of a dense jungle. A wonderful place, but again you have to pay ten dollars just to see the waterfall. On the way back we enjoyed a beautiful view of the Arenal Volcano, one of the most spectacular in the country, that unfortunately that doesn´t spit lava and smoke since a few years ago: the panorama yes, that you can see it for free. In the evening ...
... then me because of my blue eyes and blonde hair. (Read this in a high pitched western accent) From: Abby Evan says: Today was a big day for Kaitlyn and I as both us on our own will decided to strengthen our faith by getting baptized in the Pacific Ocean. I know I have technically already been baptized, but I was young and really wasn't committing to Christ, and today in the moment It just felt right with this amazing ...
... a chance to get comfortable by themselves and now they are cooking in the kitchen in the back.
Well, I don't even think I took any pictures today.
Tomorrow though, I will leave early and attempt to see three beaches, at least two, that are fairly closed of each other. Playas Panama, Hermosa (bus 1) and another "Playa Coco." (bus 2). We'll see how it goes.
... the buddy check as well but I got in trouble because I didn't realise that Taylor's weight belt wasn't right hand release. It's not exactly like you need a lock and key to remove it though. Martin has decided that the skill I am going to get a 5 in is mask replacement and removal. Joyous. Now I'm way better at removing my mask now but it's not like I enjoy doing it. It's a good thing I suppose though as I'm clearly going to have to do it a few times to get from a 3 to a 5! ...
... after this that we decided to descend to the valley floor and view the waterfall from below.The descent was vertiginous and slightly precarious in places and I'm glad we did it in the dry season because in the wet it would have been lethal!
Some days we didn't leave the hotel garden but sat on chairs on the veranda and watched the birds visiting the trees and bushes.We enjoyed our time in la Fortuna and did not once regret we had not gone to Liberia.