Hotel Monte Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we paid to enjoy the hot springs also included a buffet dinner, which we enjoyed before heading back to our hotel for the evening.
This morning we took a taxi to a nearby rainforest cacao plantation that offers chocolate tours. We relearned similar information to what we heard in Guatemala and it was a nice refresher. Something we learned here that was very saddening was about how Nestlé and Hershey both use child labourers in Africa to produce, clean, and prepare their ...
... and the following morning)! They were stunning though....so warm and lots of different coves you could go into and have a waterfall from the cove above cascade onto you (with some crazy force)! The water we were told was really good for us (full of minerals from the volcano) which has only added further to our very youthful appearances from visiting all the other lagoons and waterfalls on this trip. Which also meant that the huge and delicious steak supper ...
... of trinkets in the shape of the Lady Patron, Los Angeles, lottery ticket sellers.... It mademe think of that part in the bible where Jesus overturned tables and whipped people out of the temple for doing the same thing. Only difference, these sellers were outside the church, so maybe inside was much more solemn and respectful. Finally back home and my Tican parents took me to Walmart to get some Tican candy for my niece and nephew.... And others... And on the ...
... we made it to La Fortuna late at night, and with no dorms available had to shell out for a private room, but bartered them down, as the owner clearly wanted to go to bed and couldn’t actually be *****. He promised there would be hot water which was quite the luxury.
And herein lies quite a lot of the problems with Costa Rica. You are paying European prices, but the country doesn’t actually have the infrastructure to support it developing so fast. The roads are ****, ...
8am collectivo bus to La Fortuna - shame couldn't go back to Choco Cafe for one last amazing coffee!
Short but super bumpy bus transfer for around 1.5hrs and then a boat transfer for another 2hrs on Laguna de Arenal and then we arrived to La Fortuna! Back to the lowlands and to stifling heat!!!
La Fortuna (meaning the fortunate) is the little town at the bottom of Volcan Arenal. It was renamed as La Fortuna ...