Long Caye Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Next was the coffee/ chocolate/sugar tour. It was really informative and everyone got to eat coffee and cacao beans, sugar cane and we also made sugar ! At the end, we ate some food and drank coffee and this sweet water/juice - all very tasty. We met a really nice family from America, with kids conveniently around Ella and Ollie's ages, so we all ended up going to Amy's Restaurant together for dinner.
... all flew superman-style, bundled in red-pod-type harnesses over the forest on the final, 1000m-long zip wire.
After lunch we walked the nature trail which included traversing the famous hanging bridges that also reached across the tree-tops of the cloud-forest . . . another brilliant ...
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The drive from La Fortuna to Monteverde in the afternoon took 5 hours in all, driving around Arenal Lake. The roads were twisty at first and then extremely poor as we neared Montezuma. Arco Iris is a pleasant place to stay with newly-fitted-out rooms and lodges.
As soon as the bus dropped me off, I started to walk around on the path of the lake. It was beautiful. The scenery was outstanding. I got to take some awesome pictures today. I noticed there was a small canoe on the side of the lake, so I hopped in, and started paddling. I have to tell you, I have never been in a lake that was so calm. It was perfect weather too. No rain, just a slight breeze ...
... have a rickety boardwalk out to our hut on stilts in the sea. The water below us is shallow and calm, protected by a reef about 100m away, allowing us to spot fish and such right from our deck. The waves breaking on the nearby reef provide one of natures best soundtracks. We have a large decked area at the back of our cabin which is very private, has 2 chairs, and offers us incredible views out to the reefs, breaking waves, and back to the palm tree drenched ...