La Choza Inn
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The Search for the Treasured Toucan
(A Tim and Janelle Adventue)
Staring: Tim, Janelle, Miguel, Canadian Dan, Canadian Mark/Mike, Danes, and of course more Dutch folk
Running Time: 48 hours
Our heroes, Tim and Janelle, appear in this action/adventure film, on the …
... moment and greet the day in song together... We are assured few late nights here! So another day at CASEM. Every morning a new group of women and some of their children join us to work. These kids go to one of the schools that is on break right now. Inevitably, the kids speak better English than we do, and the mothers speak none. By working with each, I do believe my Spanish is getting better! Today was another day of painting. one of the highlights ...
Our hotel in La Fortuna was set in stunning surroundings with the volcano Arenal in the background. From our balcony we watched humming birds, lizards and toads going about their business. Amazing to be so close to nature.
Once settled in La Fortuna we decided to book onto a Sky tram and trek thinking this would be an aerial tram into the rainforest and then a ...
... cafe again for a cappuccino frio again, they are so good!
Dinner at Soda Viquez (decided to make myself useful and booked a table for 15 people), then drinks at another bar - they had Zacapa yumsssss. Lol the girls played dress up - recipe for disaster!
Sensible night, left the party people at around midnight just a little bit squiffy :)
V and mini V (looking forward to the first proper lie-in ...
... search hike.
With bags packed, Robin turned in for the night (8:30) and I decided to make use of the outdoor jacuzzi we had on our balcony. It was a cool night, perfect for a hot, bubbly soak. Candles lit, lights out, I leaned back turned on the jacuzzi and shut my eyes for a few minutes to listen to the sounds of the jungle. When I opened them to ensure there wasn't a boa joining me...I found myself in about 3 feet of bubbles...many of which were now overflowing ...