Cabanas Las Ardillas
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... and had another short drive to our next hotel, the La Quinta Country Inn (no relation to the La Quinta hotel chain). This was a much bigger hotel, with a large open-air reception area and bar/dining area. There were lots of cabins with rooms, and a whole series of covered walkways connecting everything together. That was a good things because it was still raining! Our rooms were great, with an outside patio/hammock. And there were lots of plants everywhere, so it ...
... It is a few years now since it was possible to see the lava glow at night but it is still an interesting sight. The hotel turned out to be excellent with good walking, stunning views, good food and an infinity pool and hot jacuzzi. What more could anyone want?
It is surrounded by rainforest which climbs up the hills and becomes cloud forest, cooler and often misty. As the rainy season is underway we had a few heavy showers. Late one afternoon we ...
... once we had arrived into the port of San Carlos, we quickly found a boat which would take us up river to the fort town of El Castillo. We actually almost missed the boat as Robbie had to rush out into the rain to withdraw more cash as there were no cashpoints further up the river.
The journey up river was stunning as the downpour abated and we got to see our first glimpse of jungle! The reason for wanting to travel here was really to get as deep ...
Tuesday morning I went to look at harvest again with Claudio. I climbed up onto the back of the harvester so that I could properly see what was going on, I got rather muddy in the process but it was worth it! Each area is generally harvested three times as not all the fruit is ready at the same time, the pickers use the colour of the fruit to decide whether it is picked or left for a few more days. The fruit travels up a conveyor belt and is grabbed two at ...
Coffee tour today!
From Alajuela, we had two main choices for a coffee tour: Doka estate and Cafe Britt. The former is an actual coffee plantation, whereas the latter is the largest coffee producer that buys coffee beans from like 2000 plantations. We decided to go with Cafe Britt for the fact we could easily take public transportation there. Plus, there coffee and chocolates are ubiquitous in Costa Rican ...