La Mansion Inn Arenal Hotel
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... kilometer long. A lot of hiking was involved between some of spans. Sally, our eldest member of our team at 73, was cursing the hilly terrain, but she made it. And it was well worth it. Some times we were in the trees, sometimes high above them. We watched the completion of the clouds rolling in, getting completely drenched for the last 1/2 hour of the tour. Josh and I also did the Tarzan swing, ...
... Jose. I will most likely not get to see either of them before leaving, which is
sad since they are the only people I had really developed a relationship with
and now I cannot say goodbye. I had debated trying to catch the bus to Cano
Negro but it would have been rushed and really not as much fun to do alone. I
decided to stay in Upala. I went to the river, far north of town where I had
seen the Tiger Heron a few weeks before. When I saw the heron I had noticed ...
... 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 ...
... high up you could hardly see the nest, so I held
the camera to the binoculars…and it worked! The quality isn’t great but you can
totally tell it is a humming bird on a nest! This was really neat to see. I
walked to a cattle round up pen I had used as my turn around point on my runs,
it provides a great view of the volcanos and the last few evenings had provided
lovely sunsets. Tonight was no ...
... walk slowly, it is usually
hot and as I have mentioned before their sense of time is far from punctual. We
meandered through town, stopping here and there to look at what various
vendors, a cart selling flowers and another selling puppies that looked just
like Caro. Once we got back it was time
for coffee. We also had a lovely dessert of nilla wafer type cookies that had
been layered with condensed milk and left ...