Princesa de la Luna Eco Lodge
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enough people to go until later in the afternoon, so I got a taxi to take me to the post office, wait for me to get stamps and mail my postcards, and then take me back. I found an outside restaurant area to sit and use WiFi for a bit before I had to head back to get the ferry. I had to pay quite a bit with the combination of over staying my visa by a few days and just being a foreigner that has to pay boarder fees. ...
... far from La Fortuna. The upside was we ended up at a beautiful hotel in the middle of nowhere surrounded by unrivalled views of Arenal and the lake so we grabbed lunch and a beer before getting a (long) taxi back. We slept the rest of the afternoon before going to another restaurant for equally yummy steak! We spent the rest of our evening hanging out at the hostel drinking wine in hammocks before hitting the sack as an early start to head to the coast. Mucho gusto ...
... is marvelously beautiful and the people are kind and inviting. It is a extraordinary country and I feel so lucky to have experienced as both a volunteer and a tourist seeing the beauty that others see (Turriabla, Monteverde, Manuel Antonio) and others not on offer to everyone (school at Parquita, Costa Rican National holiday and lantern parade, body boarding competitions). An amazing journey that I am sad is over, but so grateful that I have experienced and will never ...
... They are starting to see that each person (one at a time) needs to make a SMALL change to make a BIG change for the planet so that our kids kids can enjoy the beauty and all that it has to offer. I am very proud of these students and impressed how much they are taking it in. Makes the 10 month of planning all worth it. BUT I still miss my wife and crazy little boy Cash. Wish they could be here with me! PURA ...
... one side and the volcano on the other.
There were a total of 8 zip lines. There were two short practice lines where we learned three important skills: 1. Lean back holding on to the handles and tuck your knees to your chest to make sure we don't sway from side to side and to make sure we all made it to the next platform; 2. As soon as you feel the lines swaying hard, that is the zip line ...