Hotel Jardines de Monteverde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Monteverde
... ve really enjoyed the ride anyway - so far, Costa Rica has been all about the activities, and perhaps we took on a bit too much today. It was yet another early morning to head to the Selvatura park for some zip lining, maybe the most popular tourist activity in the country. It's no surprise how prevalent zip lining is, since it was supposedly invented here by researchers, who used them to zip around ...
... for a while uploading lew's photos to ipad and Facebook then chilled by pool with Ivo and 2 Dutch girls Esther and Doreen. But they kept speaking in Dutch! Had shower walked to ATM then had most amazing pizza, shared between 4 of us. Rectangle shape, we ordered so much but managed to eat it all! Not the cheapest but was so tasty. Chilled back at hostel then went to ...
... there and black clouds appear from the distance. We soon learn that in the rain season it's likely to rain every day in the afternoon. Heavy rain, but luckily only for one hour or so!
Throughout the area you have hot springs. The heat of the volcano is heating up the water under the ground and at certain points this water comes up so there are hot springs. We even have one in the garden of our hotel! So ...
... and had some great beaches, one with particularly aggressive waves resulting in rather hysterical knocking over of innocent tourists and especially of Esther, trying to enter the ocean. Also on this beach were some cheeky raccoons, who were very overconfident and came and grabbed my bag and tried to drag it away before I, the human, eventually regained control of the situation and dragged the bag back. From then on we kept our bags in the tree branches above us, but even ...
... problems, got stamped out of CR, had to walk several hundred metres along a road to get to the Nicaraguan migration office, and then got a taxi to the small coastal town of San Juan Del Sur. And now I'm sitting on the verandah outside our room, with a beer next to me (unfortunately not Sal as she is having a siesta), the friendly hotel cat sitting behind me on the window, a nice coastal breeze and views over the town, hills and beach. Sorry... Mitch and ...