The Palms Hotel
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... nice view from 1842m on a clear day. Since you hike up an open road, don’t expect many animals on the way.
NIGHTWALKS are very popular in Monteverde and I heard the following sales pitch (facts ?) many times, ‘most of the animals in the cloud forest are nocturnal animals only active at night’. Some of the most common animals we were told they see in the evening are tarantulas, silver fox, frogs, coatimundi, ...
... brought the fruit for making sangria and we supplied the wine and had made some guacamole. We ordered pizza from Pizza Mail It. Not bad and had some left for lunch tomorrow.
Thomas came out and joined us for awhile and brought some fresh basil, tomato and onion for appetizer. He was quite entertaining to the children.
Had a nice visit about a variety of things and of course Joel and Melissa both urged us to come try out the eco lodge. We will see.
... The tide was not at high but we were able to head into the manglar where we saw two toucans and two fiery billed aracari. What a treat! There is a tree that has fallen across the river and you cannot get across except at high tide. On the way back we were entertained by some flying fish.
Cleaned up and headed to Il Giardino for dinner. Same as it was....had pizza and caprese salad and enjoyed the waves and visit
... the terrible riptides on Playa Piro!
For tea we had arranged to meet everyone at PizzaMail.It - possibly the oddest name I've ever heard of for a restaurant! Some of the others had eaten here before and warned us the pizzas were massive, so Vicky and I erred on the side of caution and shared a medium pizza and a salad - they were both delicious! Megna and Dan had both ordered large pizzas for themselves. Megna respectably managed ...
... with the rain and the fact that the rangers said there might not be accommodation available at the lodge 2/3 of the way up meant we decided to reluctantly abandon our plans to climb Cerro Chirripo (3800m) the highest point in Costa Rica. We grabbed a hotel in San Isidro and made plans to head to Panama early the next day. We felt frustrated but when that many things conspire it's not meant to ...