Hotel Luna Azul
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Everything went wrong in some sort of way. I left my host family prepped to go into the city with Carly so she could get a charger and I could get some cash exchanged for colones. Traveling with a buddy is highly recommended here especially when you're not fluent. The people are nice enough to try to help out but, with a language barrier, even the nicest gesture can leave you feeling lost and confused. Plans changed at the school when several talked about going to La ...
... you spend dollars. This is why I wanted to find an ATM so that we could get take out a pile of Colones and stop the craziness. The third ATM we tried in town finally worked and we now have local currency. Our hotel is located on the outskirts of La Fortuna so it is about a 15 minute walk to the centre of town. We came back to the hotel after our rushed trip to the ATM for our nightly briefing although we already knew our schedule for tomorrow. At the ...
... waiting on the platforms. Our guides were very funny and liked to play practical jokes. Christine took off on a run and they started bouncing the lines causing Christine to bob up and down for her whole ride down the zip line. After one run we had to hike up a hill to get to the next run. Along the way our tour guide stopped and picked up a flower and made us all smell it. It smelled absolutely horrible and he said in Costa Rica they call it the "Ass Flower" ...
rides, orchid and butterfly gardens.
The cabin is fully equipped.
The first floor features the kitchen with large picture windows
overlooking the mountains and ocean. There is a living area, a desk, a
washer and a full bathroom. The second floor has a comfortable double
bed, a balcony also overlooking the ocean, a romantic bathtub for two, a
sofa and ...
This is the 7th or last day of our project - it's been quite a fun, eventful and interesting few days! We've spent every morning and afternoon cleaning and picking up rubbish and wood from the beach, learnt heaps about turtles and their breeding cycles (even saw a struggling mother dig a hole and lay all her eggs!!) and have enjoyed the ...