Hotel El Sueno
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... We took an $8 cab ride down to the farm, where the cab driver had to help us explain that we were the for the hot springs, that yes, $5 was fine, and no, we did not call ahead. There was, coincidentally, another group of two guys and two girls who had called ahead. They were from Germany, and actually showed up while we were there and left after about 30 minutes.
The hot springs were gorgeous, but the hike there ...
... Santa Elena for the student to finally do some shopping and get some time to relax. We then headed off to have dinner at an Italian restaurant. The students were so excited to sit down at a table and have a fancy dinner. I love teaching Study Abroad and it is more than words can express. Yes I get paid to do this, and yes it is my passion. I love when tourist ask what are we doing here, and in my mind I can say my job is better than ...
... 100' in the air so you can see the wild life from above. So we were able to see the sloth in the trees at the same level. Truly spectacular. We visited a bat cave and captured and analyzed bats and then set them free. Our other hikes we went to Rincon Beach and also to Corcovado National Park. The Corcovado hike was a full day hike of 8 hours non stop. We were able to see the White Face Monkey, Howler Monkey, Spider Monkey, Coati, ...
... Sound logic. The MEGA TARZAN SWING is more of a 40m free fall, followed by a violent swing up the other side only to have another free fall of probably 20m. Jen duly apologised beforehand for the language that may be used during the swing. Lucky she did! For someone who is very scared of heights, the entire day was a massive achievement for her.
After letting our nerves settle a bit back at the hostel, we asked the lady at reception where we could get a bite to eat for dinner. ...
8am to 10.30am we went out for walk with a guide through a rainforest area, that featured 16 'Hanging bridges' some of these though turned out to be solid metal bridges, but most were suspension bridges over valleys and small rivers. Climbed paths to quite a height, with good views of the tree canopy and Arenal volcano - breathless quite often, mostly as out of breath going uphill rather than because of the views, ...