La Carolina Lodge
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... and a lunch break (Moyas Place in Nuevo Arenal which was to die for).
Our first hotel was Arenal Kioro. The open foyer welcomed visitors and the rooms were well made with the view of the Arenal Volcano as its backdrop. Hot springs scattered the back of the complex and a breakfast was available and for the avid reader, yes there was a book exchange.
Before our arrival we had booked a day trip ...
... like high speed, powered on “Raptor,” the locally available energy drink.
We stayed at a hotel in Tipitapa run by a warm and welcoming guy called Luis, whose attention to detailed care for his guests I much appreciated. While we were enjoying a divine fish supper at a table set in his leafy garden where birds flitted about, he stopped by our table. “I have to tell you,” he said, “that sitting at the table beside you is Carlos Mejia Godoy. ...
... always prepared, I had my torch and my bottle opener, which happened to also be a Swiss army knife. After a few drinks and star gazing, we pumped up the music and the guys tried to teach us how to dance Salsa, Bachata and even Merengue. I was definitely the worst student. But luckily, we went back down into town and to the only club, where we could dance however we wanted. It was a great night to complete our Monteverde experience. Next, it was time to go across the country and to the beach.
... They doughnuts turned golden in no time and I placed them on a plate to cool. In no time we had a mountain of doughnuts! Alya started cutting them in half and I spread dulce de leche inside and stacked them on a plate. As the warm doughnuts melted the dulce de leche (which is basically caramel) it oozed and dripped down the mountainous pile coating each piece in sweet goodness. Norma brewed the coffee and set out mugs. We all ...