Pura Vida Hotel & Restaurant
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... afternoon. She was very sweet, and eager to help out, for an hour- like any other 12 year old. And I used pidgin Spanish to have some conversations with some of the women. But the true bonding has come with team members. Maybe if we worked with the same people every day, we would get that bonding with the locals. But as each member of CASEM may only come one time, it's starting all over again every day. And we completely understand why -some of ...
The final rappel was off a much smaller face and we had gained a bit of confidence by now. There was no taking it way on the last one and we jumped and swung out over the waterfall before making our way to the base.
After a day of adventure and harnesses stuck up our cracks, we had had a great time and were happy to check into our ...
... up themselves. Truly amazing and not something I would be
able to capture in a photo.
After the river we returned to the Maleku nation, this time
they knew we were coming and were prepared with fresh Chicha. We enjoyed the
corn liquor with a common Maleky meal of yucca, fish and plantains steamed
inside the leaves of various herbs and banana. At first glance it looked rather
bland but the herbs and leaves it was ...
San Jose to La Fortuna nestled under ...
... the price as "organic, free range, grass fed, etc." is the norm here.
We checked into the Lost Igauna Resort at the base of the dam at the very east end of Lake Arenal. A gorgeous resort with large rooms, excellent service and amenities, and a great view of the Arenal Volcano from our balcony.
After checking in, we went to Tabacon hot springs. The resort is built on Tabacon river, which ...