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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... sat in the Central Park just relaxing for a bit. When we returned to our hotel, we were given another surprise for the day: a free upgrade to a volcano view room. To be honest, I feel bad for anyone who actually pays extra for this view since the Arenal Volcano can only be seen about 60 days a year.
This morning we were picked up by a tourism shuttle and brought to our first excursion in the very touristic La Fortuna area, the ...
... phone card. She then offers me her own phone. I manage to dial home and my mum answers.
'Hi' I says, 'how are you?'
'Hello Kyle' she replies.
'Eh? Happy Mothers Day' I say.
'Oh..it's our Steven' says my mother.
Travelling two months and she has forgotten the sound of my voice already. As if that is not bad enough, she thinks I'm the painter and decorator. Lovely. The pre-paid card lasts all of three minutes, but at ...
... on our backs was better than any massage at the most expensive day spa. The hot springs were a perfect way to end a long, active day! Mr. Gary We left from our hotel in La Fortuna and traveled to Arenal National Park, home to the Arenal Volcano. From the bus we stepped out into the soft rain and entered the park trail. The entrance was a thick forest of sugar cane, standing tall and tightly packed like 12 foot soldiers. Our guide, David, instructed us to look for snakes in ...
... and I actually have a female student turn 21 today and we celebrated her birthday at dinner. Could not think of a more awesome 21st birthday for a person. A story and memories that she will never forget. We are now back at UGA and all students are exhausted and getting ready for bed. I am finishing my blog and going to bed myself. Tomorrow is a travel day to the Arenal Volcano. Amazing views. Its getting sad ...
... of it and started pushing off harder...a bit too cocky as I ended up in the middle of the water fall versus next to it. At the bottom was a pool of water about 2 feet high. Theoretically you're supposed to land on your feet. I landed on my **** and had to be fished out. Robin had a bit more grace. We made it. By far the most incredible thing I've done.
After the first rappel, the rest were a breeze. Ok, maybe not a breeze...that initial push off the top was scary ...