Hotel Arenal Montechiari
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... He called them a "couple." He said they can live to be 80-100 years old. He also pointed out that parrots are not monogomous, and mate with many different birds over their lives. But they only live 40-50 years. Coincidence?
Carlos also explained that macaws needing a "couple" is why people like them as pets. Because when a person has a pet macaw, the person becomes that macaw's "couple". Carlos said the bond of that "couple" is so strong, that if one bird dies, the other ...
... until we have to catch the final bus back to town. The weather has actually cleared fairly well and the sun is sneaking out for small periods of time. But inside the forest, it's still brisk and the sounds of water droplets falling from the canopy are continuously beating away. And each time one falls, it makes a leaf move and grabs our attention in the hope we see some sort of animal. But the further we walked, the more it just looked like the same ...
... was a LOT) , and the water was unfortunately occupied by some noisy families while we were there. Still, a great day, and another volcano sighted - we've got our fingers crossed for a flea night tonight so we can see the lava flowing down the side of Arenal from our hostel. For this afternoon, it's time for some relaxing by the pool, with a couple of well earned cervezas. Stay tuned, or as the Costa Ricans would say - "Pura ...
This morning we moved to our third hotel, so we took a boat ride to get to the other side of the mountain. After the boat ride, we drove for two hours up winding mountains on super tight roads. The scenery was really cool, but the bus ride was a little rocky. There were a few times when I thought we were gonna fall off the road. After getting to Monteverde, we went on a coffee bean tour. It was really interesting to learn about coffee, chocolate, and sugar ...
... down. Imagine our shock when we arrived to see people queing for harnesses. Upon further investigation it turns out a trek means ZIP LINE! Oh dear, it was going to be a now or never moment!
Sometimes not knowing is a good thing and once up in the rainforest via the ariel tram (got that bit right) we were then told that we would be zip lining down 8 wires some 656 ...