Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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First off, my first night was not an easy one. There was so much wind and rain, I swear there was a tornado or two... Not really but that wind is normal for this region. Needless to say, I cowered under my covers till it quieted down. It's gonna take a couple nights to get used to it. Monteverde is beautiful!! The sun doesn't come out much but when it does.... All that blue sky and the green mountains... And the much cooler ...
... to go. sucks...i feel for Nena and her daughter who are dog lovers.
now just the news -
i went to a party friday night. don't get too excited for me...it was a neighbor turning 80. i didn't bring my camera because i thought...well i thought...it's a neighbor turning 80. well, F%$@! I should have brought my camera! this guy was incredible. they served dinner at 7pm and after that - the music started. ...
... streets and beside the church. i swear, i have seen art, almost everywhere i've traveled...and in vegas...and blah, blah, blah - but i have never actually LOVED anything enough to follow the artist...or buy any shizzle for that matter. there is an artist here, his name is "Roy", and i would bet my paycheck (well i don't have a paycheck anymore), but i would bet my backpack full of belongings...that he will be famous one day. just check out some of ...
... as the music played softly in the background, they shouted their prayers to god...demanding and pleading...as if he was way up there and couldn't hear them. we stood up for at least an hour...until everyone who needed to vent...vented. Good lord, it was exhausting and touching at the same time.
and lastly, i just have one quick comment. at Volcan Poas, there was a squirrel that jumped on this lady and started running ...
... After getting geared up with harnesses, helmets and gloves there was a quick safety demonstration before starting. The zip lines ran through the jungle canopy and were all of different lengths. The first three were pretty short, the warm up I guess before things really got exciting. Gina and I were at the front of our group as they joked that we were the guinea pigs. We did the first 3 on our own, at the 4th zip line our guide connected us to the line together. Since ...