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... pictures of them, but a single sloth and then a mom and it's baby. Truly truly amazing!!! Back to the inn to catch my boys, have dinner discussing aerospace issues with team member Randy, and we are now settling in to the sounds of salsa and "ole ole ole ole, Tico Tico" drifting up from the town. Our team leader Maggie is off dancing, and as much as if love to join her, I think I might just fall asleep walking. Nighty night folks. A canopy tour and extras await ...
... swim. On the way back up to the entrance we saw a chestnut-mandibled toucan, the biggest toucan in Costa Rica.
Leonel happened to be waiting in his taxi as we came out the park, so we hopped in and he took us to the Hot Springs. We had previously decided to go to Tabacon even though it was the most expensive one. It seemed to be the most authentic and least 'manufactured'. Leonel didn't think we should go there though ...
... El Borio) in 1968 when there was a volcano eruption which avoided the town - a little bit of trivia for the day :)
Dropped off our bags at our hotel La Fortuna but our rooms were not ready yet. Cara came to meet us yayyyyyy, we then went to Lava Lounge for some lunch (definitely more expensive in Costa Rica!). Then off to the tour operator, Desafio, for our next adventure!!!
Decided to go for the canyoning half day ...
... bumper was wrecked.
Once the pizza arrived, we sat at the table right in front of the restaurant. We also talked to a Mom and son who are from Montreal. They were quite nice to talk to .
The pizza tasted yummy. It was so relaxing to sit outside at a table and enjoy a hot and tasty pizza.
After eating, we decided to head back to our cottage rental.
... people lost their lives. It is now known for its many natural volcanic hot springs/pools and the La Fortuna waterfall. Unfortunately, due to our loss of a day and lack of car we were unable to visit the therapeutic hot springs...next time for sure! Check out more info on Arenal.net.
The town itself is small, quaint and very friendly. While the downpours had stopped, the day was still a bit drizzly. We checked out a few shops but ended up having an early dinner at the ...