Hotel de Campo Cano Negro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Cano Negro
... to our toolboxes and half an hour later the gate is open. I had to cut a few bolts but I hope Mariais OK with that. I leave a few colones for new bolts. Maximum speeds vary between 80 and 60 here and 40 on every bridge. These bridges only have one lane without priority signs, so you have to take care. I make a mistake at the first bridge, but then I know how it works. I drive among gigantic banana plantations and judging by the smell, the ...
... their latter years in the relatively cool highlands of Costa Rica. I do spot some older foreigners here and there, but no real "gringo ghetto"--at least not yet. What this is doing is driving up the price of land ridiculously high. The town of Arenal itself is basically just a row of shops by the road where gringo retirees and vaqueros from surrounding areas come and ...
... walked around the farm to see the animals that make my breakfast it was awesome!
Had a volcanic mud facial at 1pm. Oh my! That was the way to go! There was the facial but then it also had a massage of my arms and shoulders. That felt so nice and the ambiance was amazing. In a pavilion where I could hear the hot springs fall falls, birds, and bugs. ...
... that I could do this.
It was a short drive but a detailed one. We had to drive about 10 minutes then get out as the road has washed out. We walked around that to the other side where there were 4 wheel drive trucks and a MOG that drove us to the gathering point. They got us geared up with rain jacket, harnesses, helmets, and gloves. Then some instruction for how the repelling gear worked and where the guides would be. There were like ...
... over and over by marauding pirates trying to reach the gold of Granada, including Sir Francis Drake. She also told us about growing up in the town and, like many Nicaraguan families, the pains of having many family members leave the area to find work in Costa Rica or the USA. She even took some great photos of the two of us. That evening we decided to change it up and dined at a different restaurant with a beautiful deck jutting out over the rapids. We huddled under ...