Tilajari Hotel Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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By this time it was mostly dark out. But that kind of made the pools even more beautiful because there were lots of colored lights in the water. So the water sparkled with glimmers of color everywhere.
We first went over to a real swimming pool, which had normal pool-temperature water. Not that we wanted to swim, but we had heard from other people at the bar that there were more water slides by it. There were stairs leading up to two water slides. We went to ...
W3 are now watching the officer transition. The whole school is here to watch new officers installed. First the assembly with the flag, then national anthem, followed by the anthem for San Carlos, the area where we are now. There is a pledge for the school as ...
On this day, I finally got to try the obligatory zip line. We lucked out because the previous night it had started to rain and it continued into the morning.
By 9AM however, it cleared up and we had a great view of the Arenal volcano on the way to the zip line place: Sky Adventures.
To get to the zip lines, we first had to take the Tram all the way up. Once there, we had amazing views of Lake ...
... retains some of the Central American traditions, for example having the people that wait about 20 metres away from the bus station, so you get the bus stop immediately after the bus stop – just walk to the station you lazy *******s! All bus stops should be banned within 3km of bus terminals, and teach them to walk!
On the same note, it might just be my English politeness, but no one ever waits for you to get out on a Central American bus, everyone just barges past ...
... if you travel alone). Soon all our luggage was piled on top of a mini bus and we were off on our first adventure. It was about 70 degrees and warming up quickly. We headed north west out of San Jose and visited a hardwood factory, Senor Y Senora, where they make lovely jewelry and other things from the wood. We enjoyed our first taste of gardens and birds as the area was wonderfully natural. Yes I bought a small necklace of flat wood beads of ...