Hotel Lavas Tacotal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Finally got wifi. I kind of assumed that they all had wifi on their phones and none in the house, but Fernanda offered just now, so here I am! Let's go step by step. We got to the town around 3. All of the families were gathered at one house waiting for us, and we all crowded into the same space and sort of stared at each other and giggled nervously to our friends while Michael read off the names to pair us up. One by one, each kid met ...
... up to go to our volunteer project at a local coffee co-op! Not only did they have coffee there, but many other plants, goats, a cow, pigs, and chickens - this was definitely my cup of tea! When we arrived at the main lodge Don Guillermo introduced us to the farm and what it's all about while we drank some of the best coffee ever. We then split into groups and had different tasks. The first group would be planting ...
... winds and a giant rain storm (yehh great plan living here dumb birds!)
In the night, had a few drinks with Evan and his sister as he whipped up an interesting Watermelon Daiquiri experiment with erm… interesting results! Was cool to hang out, but t wasn’t long until I was back on the road, with the next bus leaving at 4.30am.
I have no alarm clock, so borrowed one from Evan but the alarm clock never went off. I woke up at 4.20, then accidently snoozed back off, ...
The original plan was to spend around 3 night in La Fortuna enjoying the views of the Majestic Volcano Arenal and the possible excursions around it but our now turned-travel-guide-hostel-owner of Santa Elena told us there wasn't that many exciting things to do in La Fortuna. So we listened to his suggestions and went along with it.
The plan was now to leave for La Fortuna early in the morning, arriving in the afternoon, just in time ...
... the Golfo de Nicoya. Very small classes, with mostly girls for both of them. Their core classes are taught in english and then they have spanish instruction each day. They are the only international students in each of their classes, but both have remarked on how kind and welcoming all of the kids have been and that the teachers are "awesome"! Overall the girls have made the transition quite well so far, but there have certainly been a ...