Hotel Monte Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... our first time will be in a rainforest in Costa Rica. It's pretty basic, you just put one hand on the harness to hold the safety rope tight and the other on the cable to break yourself. Then away you go! There are 14 platforms with one stop-off for a Tarzan swing. What's that you might ask? Only the best part of the tour! You step out onto a narrow platform jutting over the edge of a hill. The gate is closed while the guide straps you in. Once you are strapped in, ...
... the hot springs. They basically looked like amazingly-decorated swimming pools, with fake rocks and landscaped gardens. But the water was piped in from the hot springs and very warm!
The bottom pool was the largest, and it had a wet bar, meaning that one edge of the pool was a bar, with bar stools inside the water. I had seen one of these on a cruise before, and always wanted to drink at one. So the wet bar was our first destination. And drinks were soon had. It was very ...
... bus while the others went rafting. The 5 of us got to our hotel which was really cool because they were like little log cabins and was nice to have a steady dry roof over my head for a change. We walked into the little town and went to a cafe for lunch. Guess what we had? Yep, rice and beans :) As the others weren't going to be back for a while, our little group walked down to a natural waterfall and ...
... mocha latte, what will it be?" In the same manner I agreed to drink either, and assumed I had been a bit of a diva. We introduced ourselves to our rafting partners, a German couple, who then joined us on the hike that Otto led us on to a waterfall. It was a moderately tricky hike but I prided myself on avoiding getting too wet while skirting the stream that led to the waterfall, only to be told we were welcome to jump in the pool and swim behind it. I was by far ...
... hike up the old volcano ends with a wonderful dip in the green lagoon created by the crater.
The beginning of the trail was well marked on a rolling hill. We saw our first tucan at the very beginning of our hike. The steeper part was dense rainforest. This would not have been a hike allowed in the U.S. Two hours of climbiing muddy trails and places where Brian had to help me up, we got a glimpse of the beautiful green ...