Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wake up at 4:30 to catch a bus to travel here by 8. As the local towns grow from tourism, more women can work at restaurants, shops and hotels. So the artisans are coming from more rural places, and possibly from more poverty. And one artisan expressed that as the tourist trade grows, it is also pricing town living out of the range of the average Tico. So the work day ended after all our frustrations when the Artisans had to leave between ...
... while we all stood back waiting for the worst to happen...
Somehow, the van didn’t roll away and the oncoming traffic avoided a collision. After a quick trip back into town to fix the tyre, we made it to San Lorenzo and suited up for our zip lining adventure.
... to ourselves. There were a few other tourists, but mainly older and easily outpaced. Wasn't a strenuous hike, but the park is beautifully set up. The trail blends right in to the surroundings and gives the sensation of walking through ancient ruins. We lingered about the hanging bridge in the canopy and the view point at the top. Was a wall of white at the view point due to the clouds, but it held its own kind of beauty. Reminded me of the top of the ski slope, before you're ...
... active volcanoes. La Fortuna is less than 10 km from the peak of Arenal and less than 20 km from the entrance to Arenal Volcano National Park (the entrance is west of the peak, whereas La Fortuna is east of the peak).
Other than the volcano, La Fortuna has tourist attractions such as the ...
... and supplies across canyons, rivers, and other impassable areas in remote regions of the Costa Rican rainforest- it was also used extensively by biologists as they studied life in the jungle canopies.
True to form, DH, who professes a fear of heights and speed, picked the highest, fastest, and most challenging course in Arenal (although I think they all make that claim) and with Deb P firmly in tow (who also professes a fear of heights) we geared up. A couple of baby ...