Sunset Hotel Monteverde
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... to capuchins knocking on the windows, and bright sunshine (which is unusual in a cloud forest). Decided on the cheapest and yummiest sounding tour to book for that morning, the chocolate coffee sugar plantation tour! No regrets; we saw the whole coffee growing and drying process from start to finish and got to smell/taste many of the stages of coffee beans. Saw real processing at work and met the man who has been ...
... that restaurant two nights later. There we had the best pineapple and coconut shakes! For our first full day in La Fortuna we hiked the 1.5 hours up hill to a waterfall. It was very hot on the walk up and as luck would have it began to thunder once at the waterfall. People scattered but Esther and I sat on a rock making sarnies from just a bag of bread and a tin of tuna, with fingers and a pen knife for utensils. It began to get rather chilly so we took advantage of some ...
... Small classes and small schools.
2. Less traffic lights and signs, drivers are much more aware of everyone on the road. I feel like there is less bad driving because you must be aware when driving.
3. I wish I could have taken Sofia home.
4. Glad I did the mega Tarzan swing again. BA, and glad that Will did it too!
5. My brain may be tired from all of the Spanish, but Costa Rica is perfect in so many ways.
... to the visitor center and find crowds of people.....time to go to the town of Santa Elena for some free time and lunch. Part of the town is paved but still very dusty due to it being a windy day and no rain for a while. The locals we talk to want all the roads paved but the government claims the people don't want paved roads.....time will tell who wins. We visit a grocery store on our own and walk to find the hostel (Pension Santa Elena) where daughter Jenn stayed in Dec. ...
... There isn’t enough space in this blog to speak of all they are doing and have overcome but it was an honor and a privilege to be hosted by them. They served us homemade tamales and their local coffee and show us the greatest hospitality. I think God is showing us that our aches and pains and a week away from our homes and families pales in comparison to the struggles these people face daily. There is so much work that needs to be done in this ...