Tree Houses Hotel Costa Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
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 …
... to give you an idea.
and on a sad note - the old pooch has passed away. he was in a lot of pain one night, so nena called the vet to come to the house and give him an injection. the vet said something i thought was beautiful. he said he believes the process of losing something or someone so important is a lesson and a gift. we are reminded of how lucky we are to love and how very short the opportunity is to spend our time loving each ...
... wake up at 4:30 to catch a bus to travel here by 8. As the local towns grow from tourism, more women can work at restaurants, shops and hotels. So the artisans are coming from more rural places, and possibly from more poverty. And one artisan expressed that as the tourist trade grows, it is also pricing town living out of the range of the average Tico. So the work day ended after all our frustrations when the Artisans had to leave between ...
... the day we had a visit to the local thermal pools. These pools themselves were naturally heated and it was impressive to see the quantity of heated water flowing through these streams. Gave me a new respect for the thermal heating of the Earth.
On our last day in La Fortuna we decided to visit a local chocolate factory. Here, we were able ...
... for everyone to laugh at. They also threw in a bit if a bonus at the end with a 25m Tarzan swing, similar to the canyon swing in New Zealand. Consisted if jumping off a ledge, free falling for about a second, then swinging out and back until they lowered you to the ground. Not quite a fun as the New Zealand one, but an adrenaline rush none the less! And a good way to end the canopy tour. Unfortunately, no animals or birds were spotted up in the canopies, but we were enjoying ...