Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve
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... we have made.
After kisses, hugs and tears we left the restaurant to head to the mall to finish our last minute souvenirs shopping. That accomplished back to abuela’s to spend the rest of the evening with another great friend. We will truly miss her but we will definitely keep in touch and know that when we return we have a home to come to. This has truly been a beautiful and humbling experience.
... tomorrow in a very large gazebo in the main square. The participants will come back tomorrow to
claim their piece of the art project.
After the show we went to dinner with Royce and abuela to
celebrate at the Rincon Poetas. We took
Royce back to his apartment after dinner and then back to abuela’s for a glass
of wine together and then a little more of Fox!! Whooo hooooo!!! Off to bed.
... to Costa Rica. This bird is one of the mian reasons they are working so ******* preservation of the rainforest for this bird. Truly a great bird with an awesoem call. It is the LOUDEST call of all of the birds. This call can be heard over a mile away. OUr guide was excellent and we were next able to find the resplendent quetzal http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resplenden t_Quetzal . ...
... booked before leaving for Cuba. Quick as you know it, the owner offered me an airport transfer and then emailed me four times to check I was coming, including emailing me my flight confirmation (twice) when I was in Cuba, and asking me how he would recognise me despite telling me he would be holding a sign with my name (how about…I'll wave at you?). Oh dear big mistake. I was picturing a nice hostel with some nice travellers to chat to, a calm ...
... volcano (yes, another one) and its natural hot springs, one of which you ““enter through a curtain of florid tropical blooms to reveal a 40-degree waterfall pouring over a cliff, concealing naturalish-looking caves..” according to the Lonely Planet. They really know how to talk to me; and the fact that the springs are also part of a 5* resort has a certain appeal, weirdly. It has taken all my resolve not to stay in the actual ...