Tilajari Hotel Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... we paid to enjoy the hot springs also included a buffet dinner, which we enjoyed before heading back to our hotel for the evening.
This morning we took a taxi to a nearby rainforest cacao plantation that offers chocolate tours. We relearned similar information to what we heard in Guatemala and it was a nice refresher. Something we learned here that was very saddening was about how Nestlé and Hershey both use child labourers in Africa to produce, clean, and prepare their ...
... and the following morning)! They were stunning though....so warm and lots of different coves you could go into and have a waterfall from the cove above cascade onto you (with some crazy force)! The water we were told was really good for us (full of minerals from the volcano) which has only added further to our very youthful appearances from visiting all the other lagoons and waterfalls on this trip. Which also meant that the huge and delicious steak supper ...
... jungle were concrete walkways which was very helpful as it was so muddy. We saw 20 species of birds, many of them life birds. We also saw an agouti, a blue jeans poison dart frog, and a collared peccary which looks like a pig. Rayner joined us for the second half of the walk. Miles told us near the end of our walk that the Great Green Macaw had been spotted and we were taking off to see it. It is highly endangered with only 220 ...
... Rica has the most developed tourist infrastructure, Panama a diverse country with wilderness as well as the skyscrapers of Panama City, but Nicaragua is the most untouched, with the friendliest and most welcoming people, although visiting is not always as easy or as comfortable as the other 2 countries because the facilities and utilities are as yet under-developed. Something I found strange: Bananas are grown everywhere, in plantations and wild. However the bananas in Nicaragua ...
... don't call it that. I don't know why each country has to have the same name for different
things. It makes it confusing...Anyway, I do like finding about the regional differences.
One name I really prefer to use the Mexican name is the name for the speed bump. In Mexico, we call them topes. It's the most expedient thing to scream out to make sure the driver slows down when there is an unexpected speed bump. You scream "tope, ...