Hotel Inca Real
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... coffee was a fruit!? Not me.They served us breakfast and let us sample their different roasts. After that we went to Poas Volcano. When we got there we couldn't see anything but clouds and mist. We were told to be patient. We hiked a bit on a path through an awesome rain forest to and from a beautiful lake. The wait and hike was well worth it! Once the clouds cleared we could see this massive crater with the most beautiful ...
As we spent more time than planned in Central America, we had to skip Costa Rica and stayed only for one night in San Jose, which turned out to be completely different, than expected. Costa Rica is known for its rainforest and its beaches. As we stood in the capital, we didn't see either. But is was very modern, you could pay anywhere with US Dollars and as all the fast food chains were there we finally got to try Taco Bell :-) and it was better than ...
... was bloody hot. We got to our hostel (7), wandered up the road for lunch, almost got killed by a local areshole in his car (his mirror clipped my arm, there are few footpaths), explored the side roads and found a beach. The next morning we wandered down to the Manuel Antonio National Park, where we walked the trails spotting the sloths, monkeys, racoons, etc (one of the two beaches in the park was closed due to a ...
Hi again. It seems that this trip is all in bands. Costa Rica is the wild life band. When we were in Monteverde we did a walk in a cloud forest which is different to a rain forest in that it is continually in the clouds. The mist collects on the leaves and then continually drips as rain rather than the short bursts of torrential rain of a rain forest. Perhaps the most notable thing that happened was that I got left behind. Pause for the ...
... having to fight off a big scary spider in the bathroom in the middle of the night, and then a smaller one as well.
The next day we hit up Manuel Antonio National Park, which had some very nice walks through the jungle, stopping for pretty views and beautiful beaches. We saw a lot of monkeys and cute baby coates, although unfortunately had to ward off the adult coates who were trying to eat our packed lunches. We headed back up to town in the afternoon to get ...