Hotel Lomas del Volcan
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Fabulous, fabulous views! Very nice rooms, very quiet and peaceful and beautiful. Highly recommend! The woodwork and decor is so elegant and the grounds are impeccable!
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Today we woke early because we wanted to hike in the rainforest in the morning before we left this wonderful place. Actually, we have kind of gotten into a routine of waking early so we are used to it. So after breakfast we headed down the trail, across the suspension bridge, and we began with a trail down to the Sarapiqui river. Nice to see it up …
... got a general idea of the discussion topics. Even Señor Glenecki had to have her repeat somethings. She talked really quickly and I started to get nervous. Finally a little before 4:30, my host mom showed up! It had started to rain, so someone lent me an umbrella and we left. I had forgotten that we were literally on a mountain and that my suitcase weighed 50lbs. And I wore flip flops. That was an embarrassingly sweaty, dirty ...
... the water will drain into this new area that they will make a pond for Tilapia. The next group was planting coffee beans and finally there was the caña de azúcar group. I took my machete and got to use it to cut some sugar cane- until juan informed me that mine was too dull and gave me his to use. Either way- this was so much fun! After cutting the long sugar came branches into smaller sizes, they were planted ...
... of wind blow big clouds of a fine mist like rain down at a moments notice!
We are excited to see more of this beautiful area, start some spanish language classes and help out at the school. We are so grateful to finally be here, doing what we have dreamed of for so long, and truly thankful to everyone who helped us along the way. It will be great to share our adventures with you!
... Then Edgar led us to the highest crater of the Poas—now extinct—topping out at 9,000 feet. This dormant crater is now filled benignly with rainwater, and although heavy mists enshrouded the lake when we first arrived at the viewpoint, within minutes, the clouds lifted and suddenly the lake appeared. It was a breathtaking world of greens and blues… But then, as quickly as the clouds ...