Hotel Arenal Montechiari
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... who could barely speak for herself and now is the strong store manager. Another woman who is going through chemo for breast cancer while dealing with her son's blindness, death of her mother, and much more ... Making belts on a loom, with help from her blind son when she goes for treatment in San Jose. I am positive we have similar stories in the states, but are too busy with our own lives to learn of them. We must take time to slow down, and get ...
... went to some waterfalls , which you can jump off, and were again really good, although slightly soured when had to pay another entrance fee, despite asking the woman if there was a way in for free (which there was, but she straight up lied). There were 3 jumps, the last 2 being particularly high, and have caused a few locals to die.
It took me a LONG time to finally jump (and I only did the middle 15 metre one). I wanted someone to go before me, but naturally people ...
... which was yummss (like a pizza but with tortilla as the base and refried beans, chicken and salad on top!). Realised hadn't really eaten any tortillas or nachos in Nicaragua!
Also took out 100,000 colons out of my bank account (equivalent to $200), crazy uh?
Then another 3hr sweltering and bumpy journey (I was sitting on the wheel seat unlucky) to Monteverde (up in the clouds, ...
... t see the volcano at all!! After walking around Arenal for a couple of hours, we finished our day by relaxing in some natural hot springs with fellow travellers, before heading back to La Fortuna.
It turned out that that week-end was a special week-end for some indigenous tribe, celebrating some calendar event that I can't remember (I really pay attention to details don't I?!?). There were supposed to be celebrations going on all ...
... the road from the hotel at Rancho Perla. I had their special which was Lomito Parrilla con salsa de vino y tocineta y cellollinos - a 320 gm beef tenderloin steak in wine sauce with bacon and cheese. C$ 8,200 / NZ $ 20.04 / US $ 16.60.