Hotel Villas Vilma
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Vandaag beginnen we aan dag 6. Dus een hoop te vertellen maar ik hou het kort :-). De mooie delen van CR bevinden zich buiten alle stedelijke gebieden. Toch was San José leuker dan verwacht. Wel direct kennisgemaakt met het regenseizoen. Maandag afgereisd naar Tortuguero. Een stuk jungle waar je alleen met een boot kan komen. Busreis van 4 uur …
... there was a tiny bright orange rainforest frog with blue legs called the blue jeans frog. This is apparently poisonous so when it hopped out of is hands into the boat we all screamed and nearly fell in from the panic, with our guide crying from laughter! On route from the rafting to la Fortuna our bus driver spotted a sloth in the trees and so we slowed to have a look! The animal was a gorgeous brown and slowly moving hand over hand along a branch. Our route to La ...
... coming next. And that was white water rafting. As we got out of the car (it had been an hour and a half drive to the river) we stretched our legs and saw our driver and our second guide Maurice pumping up our raft. I was so excited I couldn’t wait! I started jumping from rock to rock, anxiously waited for the raft to get in the water. We got our instructions, safety guidelines, and jumped in the raft. I had been white water rafting before in Washington, but that was level ...
Today was rather uneventful, but nice. I caught the bus in the afternoon to Monteverde after sleeping in at my hotel and getting a quick bite to eat. The journey up the mountain was long, but beautiful. As soon as I got off the bus, I was bombarded by like 5 people all trying to get me to go to their hostels. I decided to go with a tall white girl who turned out to also be named Melanie, be almost as tall as me, and was ...
... see the first (of many) hills and so begin to walk up it and start running again. But it seems each time we get up a hill and around the corner, there's another bigger hill staring at us. Cars are zooming past and by now the legs are starting to tingle, the heat is much warmer and we are wishing a ute would let us jump in the back. But we kick on as Leesh mentions if we run up a few hills the pain is over quicker.. I see her point but I wasn't that motivated haha. We finally make ...