Tree Houses Hotel Costa Rica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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It’s 2 in the morning on a Saturday in December and Heather and I are finally on our way to airport...almost. We got about a mile from the house and realized that we forgot something pretty important, the envelope of all of our spending cash in the drawer. Ok, NOW we’re on our way.
We’ve been counting the days ‘till this …
... and mention our work with them, we have received an overwhelming positive response. Their biggest obstacle now seems to be that many of the artisans now come from further away, as locals can find work in the burgeoning tourist industry - and with that, less younger women are involved as well. How will things further change if and when the road from the coast is widened and paved? More prosperity or more problemas? We are so ...
... sufficiently to board the platforms, with the exception of smashing into the trees themselves.
We cut through the first half dozen lines easily enough. To mix things up a little there was a surprise waiting for us on the next leg. A Tarzan swing. We were strapped into this rope, manhandled up a couple of meters and literally thrown out into ...
... diversity of microclimates, ecosystems, and living things in Costa Rica.
After 100 kilometers on the Pan American Highway we turned off on the gravel road to Monteverde and finally reached Phoebe and Hugh's lovely spot on a hill overlooking the Nicoya Peninsula, with the Pacific in the distance. Although the view was a bit hazy due to burning the sugar cane fields ...
... and ATV or dirt bike rentals, "butterfly farm" and Venado Cavern tours, bungee jumping, Laguna Cedeno, El Salto Swimming Hole, and canyoneering.
Arenal Volcano, in Spanish Volcán Arenal, is an active andesitic stratovolcano in north-western Costa Rica around 90 km northwest of San José, in ...