Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the bar, in warm water, with beer in hand, gazing up at the volcano.
There was also a water slide going into the main pool. So after we finished our drinks, we had to go try it! It wasn't that incredibly tall (at least compared to the Atlantis resort in the Bahamas), but we were all surprised by how fast it was. Which meant it was very fun! And we immediately had to try it again! I think we ended up each going three times before heading off to explore the ...
... bed, Frank and I followed one of the hotel staff into the garden where he showed us a Mottled Owl. The last bird we added to our checklist. In the morning, Steve and I found ourselves in the garden looking for birds, ...
... it breaks. Luckily I had bought my other camera but just means I can't get this one wet :( The others came back and we headed to the activities office to book what we wanted to do for the next day. Loads of them opted for canyoning and again not my thing so me and sasha chose a volcano walk and then in the evening we all decided to book to go to the hot springs. Can't wait to try those. The journey awaits ...
Wowowowowowwweeeeewow!!! Today was amazing!!! After class, we all headed to Sky Tram. We stopped to eat at a local restaurant. I had a vegetarian quesadilla (which I thought would be just cheese but it had carrots, bell peppers and some other stuff on it) it was okay, but I would still kill for a slice is pizza. I think I see it in my near future- as there are about 4 pizzerias in the area. As much as I looooove gallo pinto (beans and rice) I need ...
Crossing the border into Costa Rica began with two words that got repeated a lot over the next couple of weeks… 'How Much?!' (These two words were often followed two more which I’m sure you can probably guess).
Usually I’m on the lookout for noticeable changes between countries when you cross the border towns. It’s weird that Costa Rica, a country sandwiched right in the middle has been the one chosen and aimed for American retirees with bare dollar. The ...