Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve San Ramon
Way off the beaten path but worth it! Wonderful casita with our own fireplace ready to go.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve San Ramon
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Today our group of 18, plus 4 guides/drivers, met for the first time, leaving the hotel at 8 am. We drove for about 45 minutes just outside of the city where we assembled to meet our bikes. We then had a relatively short practice ride of 7 km through a typical CR countryside ... Very bumpy roads and some good "practice" hills. We were a bit …
... sampled everything and even made our own candy from the sugar cane syrup. Right next door, afterwards, we went to a night walk where we spotted sloths, frogs, scorpions, tarantulas, snakes, and kinkajous. It was like we were playing capture the flag all trying to find different animals and telling others where they were. And that was the ...
... with my host family.I am currently watching tv in spanish which is always interesting for me. I am missing everyone very much but I do love living here. Everything is more laid back and simple living. No matter where you go on the bus it is always a beautiful view and the public transportation here is awesome. I'm off again, excited for tonight and for my free day tomorrow!
... which was pottery coasters that she liked and even said green was her favorite color! They told me the reason the like to host students is because they wanted to have more children but were unable to for medical reasons and they always wanted a daughter so they always host female students which I think is really sweet. I still have a lot of things to figure out like my costa rican phone, my money exchange and my class schedule but I am excited for what is to come.
... to do it. Back on the bus and back to Santa Elena. The group of US students are staying at the hostel next door to me and invite me out to dinner. We head into town and find a small cheap Costa Rican restaurant. It's good fun chatting and laughing with them all, and they are keen to know all about Australia and whether the stories they have heard are real (drop bears, kangaroos in the street, Aussie slang, just the usual). Overall a fantastic day in the clouds!!!! Day ...