La Mansion Inn Arenal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... my finger at one point which was awesome. After the stop the road got really rough into Monteverde. In Monteverde we checked into our hotel and went out for an orientation walk around town. After the walk I stopped at a taco stand for probably the best tacos of my life while Gina and a few of the others went to a coffee shop for smoothies. I joined then after the taco deliciousness. After the smoothies we got picked up for our first activity in Monteverde, a ...
... sustainable agriculture, so returning is a real possibility. Which would be wonderful because I would have the opportunity to follow up on and build on my research.
I am writing of my weekend on Monday morning and will be
going to Siempre Verde shortly to give a workshop on food preservation and
canning. I am very happy to be spending some of my last days in the country at this beautiful farm. I have felt myself becoming bitter and annoyed by things in
... Our group's digestive issues continued today (I have had belly cramping/pain off and on since yesterday, two more students this morning were worried about bathroom availability at the precarious, and another faculty member spent the day at the hotel (this was planned ahead of time) and she ended up with the digestive drama too.
Patients began to arrive around 1:30, and we ended up evaluating 19 people. We found ...
... 8217;s girlfriend, in the kitchen to make doughnuts! With all my baking and cooking I surprisingly have never made doughnuts, I was excited to learn how. Norma mixed the dough by hand before rolling it out on the kitchen island. She heated a pan of oil and handed me a slotted spoon. Chepe came in briefly to goofily pose for a photo. Norma and Alya cut out doughnuts with a drinking glass and a soda bottle top, while I tended the ...
... mind I can jot some notes and attempt to let the thought rest…so I can rest.
the rain became lighter, “pelo de gato” or “hair of the cat” is a phrase used
to describe the frequent misty light rain in the region. I gulped down the last
of my coffee, cleaned my dishes and had a short conversation with Omar while doing so. Yes a conversation! My Spanish is improving. We ...