Hotel Villa Florencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a toucan sanctuary the next day and called it a night. We’d read about the Toucan Rescue Ranch on Trip Advisor, a place where you can go and see rescued toucans, sloths and a number of other animals no longer able to live in the wild, and then you can stay the night and have breakfast with the baby animals in the morning. Andrea, Carlos and Sebastian, their son, picked us up in the morning, and we met Andrea’s mum, Lucy, at the ranch too. Lucy was my ...
... It did involve me having to travel by three buses and three taxis from La Fortuna to a small town called Turrialba, a trip that took all day and unfortunately included getting ripped off by a taxi driver. But at last, that Friday, I went rafting!
I hadn't seen that many Dutch boys since leaving Holland last year. Now we were all stuffed into a van together with the agency's owner's son Leland and his friend from school Stephanie. We filled up two rafts. The Pascuara river ...
... to the hostel, and we split up again with the girls going on a bit of a nature walk, and Erich and I staying in town to check it out and possibly have a nap (oh the joys of traveling - unlimited naps!). The town of Monte Verde is quite small, and it didn't take us long to check out all of the main components; the supermarket, bank, bus station (where we got our tickets-woo did something productive!), some restaurants and souvenir shops, as well as a reptile house and ...
... there is one in Ice Age). We got to gallop, which is amazing. Even though Becky has done quite a bit horse riding she has not really galloped before.
It was Jamie's birthday so we had a party. The group cooked a communal dinner together of pasta, nachos and fruit salad. We then had a dance lesson where we learnt salsa, meringue, belly dancing and some sequence dances. There was a cake and a piņata. It was a really good day and definitely one of the best days of the ...
With 13G VMs numbering under thirty, the influx of almost sixty Venturers made a big bang. They were all aged between 17 and 24 years old and hailed from around the world. As Raleigh is a UK charity, there would obviously be a large contingent from home; however alongside our host countries of Costa Rica and Nicargua, there would also be people from Bermuda, Hong Kong, Austalia, US and countries across Europe. The first Venturers to arrive, on the evening before the rest, ...