Hotel Villa Serena
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... develops quayside, but I thank them politely and walk on looking for another chicken bus. An American girl beside me screams at one of the taxi drivers. They are offering extortionate fares for the six kilometre journey to the main transport hub of Rivas. She sees me looking at her and apologises and explains that they are getting on her nerves.
It happens to us all at some stage.
She is also looking for a bus and we stop and ask, but ...
... had stopped and the skies were clear, well not yet but we did have a nature hike to attend through the grounds of the resort. We grabbed our jackets and hats and made our way into the rain.
We walked passed the seismograph building but didn’t head in. Our guide really wanted us to see some wildlife so he kept his eyes peeled as we made our way across the paths. He told us about the primary forests, that have been planted forever and the ...
... Kim and Pally. We didn't see any turtles and no hatchlings but the students singing kept us entertained. And especially as dag has this accent that is kind of a cross between Australian and a very bad English accent, that was funny. The one phrase I like is he kept saying 'chatter and natter' I'm a well posh English accent which was hilarious. Making breakfast in the morning for the 18 of us is gonna be fun. The journey awaits ...
... agriculture. We stopped to say hello to everyone we passed. We followed increasingly thin roads until we
reached Tanya’s friends house, Carmen. Carmen excitedly told me about the many
birds that frequent her yard, particularly in the morning, and invited me back
to see them. As we spoke I had the opportunity to take some wonderful photos of
a humming bird in her garden. We took a short walk to ...
... with a bellow of "Pura F★★★★★ 733; Vida!" The reward for successful hikers is a swim in a refreshing green lagoon at the peak where little fish nibble at your dead skin, an especially useful feature for the severely sunburnt and peeling Aslak who encouraged them to "Come mi".
On to the second day of activities where we tried our hand at some zip lining through the forest with two very entertaining Tico guides. It was everything you ...