Hotel Monte Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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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 ...
... family restaurant that night obviously didn't count which was great news. The following morning we were up early(ish) to climb Cerro Chato which is a smaller volcano next to Arenal. It's took us a couple of hours to reach the top with a constant steep incline walking along very rocky and narrow "paths" in the forest. We reached the top and unfortunately we were unlucky with what should be a stunning view of a green lagoon in the crater of the volcano and also ...
So imagine trying to learn a complicated board game in Spanish, and then translating in words that an eight year old would understand. Que dificil! This is how I spent most of my afternoon. Simply figuring out the instructions took up almost half of the time playing the game, and the finding English words to correlate. Que experiencia! ...
... which was super cool! They make everything by hand. And I bought lots of gifts for everyone! Now off to the hotel until dinner at 6:30. It sounds like it will be delicious! There is the best handmade art store at the bottom of our hotel! I got an awesome pen! Dinner was amazing! I had sea bass, soo good! And we had tres leches cake for dessert! Tomorrow we are off to La Fortuna waterfall and the hot ...
... ladies getting back up the mudbath!) Wanted to visit the waterfalls in the national park, but having already paid $10 for the entry, they wanted another $10 to go and see the waterfall – screw you! Kind of annoying that people put prices on nature , when it should be accessible to all… as it’s not as though they were really investing the money back into the trails.
Also when Costa Rican’s put prices on things, I think they just got lazy, as everything ...