Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... good, was definitely refreshing! Christian taught us a few goofy German phrases, mainly, one that directly translates to Old Swedish, which they use for saying, Oh Cool or Sweet!
After our lake tour, we walked a bit around the town and I got a phenomenal crepe with strawberries and chocolate and ice cream. We returned to the hostel and they all drank with other people while I watched movies and went to sleep since I was still pretty wooped from my crazy traveling ...
... a number of people. What made this volcano so famous was that from then on the volcano exploded (to varying degrees) almost daily, making it one of the most active volcanoes in the world. The tourists starting flooding in and a town La Fortuna was clearly purpose built to accommodate them. I say that because what greeted us on arrival in La Fortuna was a grid town lined with shops, hotels and restaurants and zero personality or attractiveness. That said our ...
... through the Monteverde Cloud Forest after lunch and that was really cool. Quite cold at that elevation and even we didn't see a lot of wildlife, we did get some close-up views of hummingbirds, insects, plants and the like. I even hugged a tree or two, per a request, xo!xo!xo! The last hike I want to go on this week is Curi Cancha which is both low and high elevation but I'll go solo. We got stuck with a couple of kids, one of ...
... enthusiasm. He was so excited by some of the things he saw. You had to share in his excitement.
Brian is surprisingly fascinated with trees and we saw all kinds of trees. Christian made sure to point out that Monteverde is not a tropical forest but a cloud forest. The moisture the trees get around here is from the clouds and thus the vegetation is quite different.
The picture I have included of me on ...
... that you should move the handles back and forth to create friction and slow down on the approach to the platform. Then spread your legs so that when you hit the stopping knot, your legs don't rub up on the rope as your body swings up ; 3. If you do not make it all the way to the platform, use your hands along the zip line to pull yourself there.
The heavier you are, the faster you go. So not ...