Hotel La Garza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we left Los Chiles and headed for La Fortuna. A city that has an active volcano and many hot springs! We arrived at our new hotel, which was small huts rather than rooms. We quickly changed and headed to the hot springs for the majority of the afternoon. We ate a wonderful lunch at the resort, complete with ice cream, and then walked over to one of the many hot spring pools there. It was amazing! The ...
... it was lightly sprinkling. We didn't mind this and we also didn't mind the fact that when we got the A.T.V.s moving it was pouring down rain. The reason we came back after 20 minutes was because the lightning was 100 yards away from us. Of course my father and I made plans to go again. When we did, I really had no idea what to expect. When we passed the place where we stopped and turned around last time, I thought to myself I am very happy that it is not raining. When we got ...
... We got to see amazing views of the town and surrounding areas. Also, Jen got her chance to squish a horses’ nose.
Jen and I both absolutely loved Montverde. Despite having a large tourist industry, it has managed to keep its farming community charm and family oriented society. It was great to be a part of it even for a short period of time.
We had heard about Puerto Viejo from a French couple that we had met in Mexico, and that was where we were off to next. A bit of beach time!!
... and fruit bats. The guy running it was from Belgium and very very passionate about bats! Afterwards we walked back to town, did a bit of shopping then relaxed. For supper we took a taxi to Jonny's and Italian pizzeria and had amazing pizza! Yumm!! First time this trip which is surprising. Then back home to bed where we slept solid! Must have been all that ...
... till 9:30, the came home and packed up again for the next day to come. We also have to switch hostels which is only slightly annoying. By the way, the radio stations we listen to half the time are English speaking one. Much different from South America. It's easier by far here. Another reason it's easier is every company and tour or anything you do, they pick you up and drop you back off at your hostel! No work needed there either. Ps - these are getting long again, ...