Hotel Villas Vilma
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there were many more spider monkeys and some capuchin monkeys. And last but not least, a beautiful ocelot.
Be thankful that I'm writing this almost two months later, because those last two paragraphs probably would have been at least ten if I could remember more of what we learned.
On the walk back from the tour, we crossed a bridge over a small stream and we got a great look at a bird that wasn't in a cage - a boat-billed heron. We'd seen one briefly while ...
... on and I'm caught up watching some Robert Downey Jnr magic whilst trying to do some more research for the trip. But the movie rolls into early morning and I was battling my eye lids trying to drop. So off to sleep ready for a new day and a new place. Best moment: seeing a squirrel race around Worst moment: not seeing a snake or sloth in the cloud forest reserve :-( Banana moment: busting to go to the toilet in the middle of our hike... So into the bush I had to ...
I have never seen so much rain started at 6 last night and absolutely hammered down until 6 this morning. At 8:30 We had breakfast outside in the sunshine watching the surfers and I wished we were staying another day.
As we were packing up it was 32 degrees the sun was shining and it was raining.
It is a wonderful place but one of the downsides ...
... everyone is so nice here! I love it! Anyways, the shakes were amazing!! I got mine with milk in it and it was so creamy and good! Better than an American smoothie for sure! Everything is so fresh here. We bought strawberries for ¢1000 ($2) and they are so delicious! I don't like strawberries usually, but these tasted like they had sugar on them. They were so amazing! After this, we went to an ox cart factory to buy gifts and eat lunch. I bought quite a lot ...
Its not far for the birds to fly, but it was a long way to drive and the road from Tileran was atrocious, hence the 4 wheel drive. Most tourists take a boat across the lake and then a bus to Monteverde so they don't have to drive themselves.
Tomorrow we go to Carara, which is a rainforest reserve on the Pacific coast, which should be different again. It's not far, but these roads make it a three hour plus drive, so we will start early.