Hotel Lavas Tacotal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... boat on their own and attack people, looking for food. They actually had to stop the boat tours.
Seeing Jessica and Hercules was actually one of the best parts of the tour. That's because we each got a chance to hold Jessica's hand. I couldn't believe it. We'd actually already petted Perla the peccary, but I never imagined they would let us touch a monkey. I watched a few other people go before me. And then it was my turn. I was surprised at how incredibly soft Jessica's ...
... them away. The noise they generate when they fly/hover is amazing. There was a constant buzz around us and the birds were whipping in and out and around our heads as we stood there watching in awe. We brave the birds and their wings flapping at high speed to get in close to the feeding toy to see if we can get a touch as maybe the birds want a breather from flapping as they drink. Sure enough, when we got our fingers right up behind each of the nectar ...
... discovered a Coati (very cute look one up) has massive angry teeth. By the last night in the treehouse, Naomi was sporting 41 mosquito bites, it's ok though, only 39 of them hurt. Selflessly providing a bite break for Sarah. A big old chunk of tree behind the treehouse snapped off in the rain (yes more rain). Hitting our roof and scaring the bejesus out of all of them. La fortuna and Arenals been a great introduction to CR, wet and rainy but great. On to ...
... recorder he demonstrated on, and then passed around class for students to use. One recorder for 40 kids. The second half of the class was simply working on rhythm through clapping and stomping. At break, one of the kids grabbed josh and took him out for an potential game if futball, but the older kids were on the field already, so they just hung out. We in fact lost him for a bit, as the kids took him for a walk around school to ask ...
... if all that water on him was sweat. He was sweating like he had been caught in a rain storm. The view was amazing, all around the lagoon, it was nothing but dense rainforest. I thought Brian was kidding when he told me to just jump in and not wade too long in the shallows because that's where the leeches hang out. Unfortunately, he was not kidding because somebody had actually seen one. I went in anyway, but didn't stay long. I was remembering ...