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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a cheap dinner of rice, beans and plantains we go to bed early in preparation for tomorrow’s early start. Monteverde is beautiful. The place is so rich in wildlife that you don’t even need to go into the national park to see multi-coloured butterflies and humming birds - they’re everywhere.
We have come all the way up the mountain for a taste of Monteverde’s world-famous ...
Last night a group of about 15 of us went to one of the local bars called Bar Amigos in Santa Elena- the nearby town. We had a blast! We drank some beer, played pool and danced our little hearts out (we were pros after our dance lessons ) After being out, I didn't finish my homework so I woke up, had breakfast and was at school by 7:00 am to do my homework. We then had our normal class routine, lunch and ...
... from the zip line experience we were very hungry and the food at the place was not bad. We had these great Maracuya (passion fruit) mojitos. Then it started to rain.
What better way to spend a rainy day than at a hot spring? We decided to spend the rest of the day at Tabacon Springs. A very nice resort with natural hot springs. A lot of the pictures look cloudy because of the steam. I loved it. Their ...
... I tried getting a couple of pics of my own using my handheld but every time you get the zoom sorted, the birds flapped off somewhere else and then you have to zoom back out, and be like where’s the little **** gone?! Far too much patience required, for something at the end of the day is distinctly average (apart from the weird evil super large grumpy stalk/ostrich hybrid thing I saw in Belize Zoo – now that is a proper bird!)
I think the area has one of the ...
Our day began with a 5am wake up call to ready ourselves for a busy day ahead. We assisted in rounding up 39 residents from Manos, directed by an army of volunteers and staff from Manos Abiertas. Bags, restless people, food, and tying wheelchairs to the top of the van occupied us for about an hour. Needless to say, it was some sort of controlled chaos.
Three hours and a bathroom stop later, we arrived at the hot springs. In a ...