Termales del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The next morning a minivan drops us off at one of the peaks. An hours’ briefing later, we are strapped-up with all types of ropes and harnesses. The next thing we know, we are flying, face-down, 100m above the jungle canopy! It’s an amazing way to view the landscape and see the wildlife – definitely one of the most adrenaline-filled activity we have done all trip. The zip line tour lasts 2hrs and is ...
... up to go to our volunteer project at a local coffee co-op! Not only did they have coffee there, but many other plants, goats, a cow, pigs, and chickens - this was definitely my cup of tea! When we arrived at the main lodge Don Guillermo introduced us to the farm and what it's all about while we drank some of the best coffee ever. We then split into groups and had different tasks. The first group would be planting ...
... flowed down in small cascades into numerous pools. You could go in anywhere and enjoy. The grounds were beautiful with all kinds of greenery. Brian on the other hand, got bored pretty quickly. It was too much like relaxing for him. After an hour or so, he got out and promptly took a nap. His impression of the place got a little better when we went to the all-you-can-eat buffet that was included.
... of birds in the world, though this is another reason why they are stupid. The area is a cloudforest, so naturally it’s pretty windy and rainy and the weather can be largely grim. If I were a bird, I’d be off chilling on a beach or something rather than a soggy forest!
Anyway, I walked round the first entrance, then walked down to the main entry point ($18 ENTRY Waaaaaa), where I thought I would try my luck at sneaking in. Unfortunately there was some ...
... for people of substantially smaller stature than mine, we crammed 15 people in, and let the windows be wide open. My legs, back, and tailbone had definitely had enough by the time we got there. The chaos ensued once again upon our arrival to Termales Los Laureles, the hot springs park by Volcan Arenal (Arenal Volcano). Each of us was assigned to one resident, responsible for changing diapers if needed, changing clothes, obtaining/feeding ...