Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by myself at the back of the pack because I feel like I'm being judged by a herd of cows. They don't approach though. The climb starts to get a little more difficult as we head higher above the pasture. The path looks like vertical muddy steps. I am winded after the first 20 minutes. Our guide gives us directions before we leave the pasture and head into the lush rainforest. "If you trip, us your walking stick to catch yourself. Don't grab the trees ...
... but from very far away. So it was great to get a close up view. They basically look like a great blue heron, except their bill is very large and kind of boat-shaped. Hence, the name "boat-billed"? Unfortunately it wasn't in a great place for a picture, and we couldn't really linger long.
Although the tour wasn't actually over yet. We'd just finished the first part, where the guide showed us all the birds and animals. And the other family actually left after the ...
... defeating the purpose of our clean eating meals. We go to bed early as we are both exhausted and hopefully wake up refreshed for another day of exercise. Best moment: trying the homemade pieces of chocolate Worst moment: realising I had cut my toe and ended with a small infected toenail, making it really painful and uncomfortable Banana moment: hitting a food coma after lunch and requiring to sleep.. Who actually does that? I hope it's not just me ...
Hola Chicos! It's been a great few days - met up with friends, Siva and Rukman for hiking in the cloud forest, a great coffee tour, and finished up with some of the greatest zip lining in the country. We left Monteverde on our "jeep-boat-jeep" yesterday afternoon, which involved, as the name implies, some rough roads, before a ferry took us to the town of La Fortuna, which sits in the shadow of the famous Arenal volcano. ...
... a "mega tarzan swing". They basically throw you off a platform that sticks out of the jungle, 50m above ground-level. You freefall, then swing high above the canopy...wow!
Luckily the weather is dry during the zip lining. However, as soon as we get back to town the clouds roll onto the hills (incredible to be in the clouds). We are so tired coming down from the adrenaline rush, that ...