Hotel La Pradera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in temperatures and many were around 102 degrees. They stay warm from the volcano and the scenery around them was breathtaking. We spent all afternoon lounging around in them with frozen drinks in our hands. It was so relaxing after working so hard at clinics the past few days. A fabulous afternoon! We then went back to our hotel to change and then head into town for dinner. They were having a festival of ...
... dirt trail, I was very excited. It had twists and turns and ups and downs and basically made the ATV's four wheel drive very needed. One time we even drove up a river. I took a video and also showed the water flooding the ATV. The ride was very fun and it will stick out as an awesome part to me.
In stop number two of Costa Rica we went rappelling. Rappelling is basically using a rope to lower yourself down a cliff. It is also one of my father's favorite sports. What ...
Almost as if to make up for my laziness yesterday, or at least lack of activities, I was so busy today! I woke up and had breakfast before getting a shuttle to the Santa Elena cloud forest reserve. I hiked through that for a few hours with a group of American students who were studying in the area. It was so beautiful and mystical with the clouds floating through the trees. On a recommendation from them, I ...
I'm doing better this morning but still not 100%, same with Paul. We woke up and started our trip to Monteverde, first we took a taxi to the water, then a boat across the man made Arenal lake, then another taxi to Monteverde. Once at the hostel we relaxed. Later in the afternoon we went to a coffee, sugar cane, and chocolate plantation ...
... In the forest, this would include dirt they dig out to expand the colony, but also includes discarded fungus.
There was another type of ant inside the colony called a soldier ant. These were much bigger than the workers and farmers, and their job is to protect the colony and fight off any invaders. Our guide tapped on one of the colonies so that the soldiers would come out and see us. He talked about how strong their jaws are, and brought one out to demonstrate. He had ...