La Quinta de Sarapiqui Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After clearing our bill at La Baula for all the activities we took the hour boat ride back to the point where we change transportation.
So 30 minutes of pothole dirt road and then 2.5 of good road and then 2 hours over 13 kms of what is essentially a very muddy secondary forest road. On a wagon bed. Being pulled by a tractor. The tractor driver was very skilled. Because the roads are so muddy and hilly (Costa Rica is very very hilly) there was a few points ...
This morning we left our hotel on foot and walked a short way to the former cacao plantation now called Tirimbina Biological Reserve, where we had a beautiful rainforest walk and learned all about chocolate!
Our hosts for the chocolate portion of the morning were a bright young biologist named Valeria, and her colleague ...
... where a band was performing and later in the night a DJ with dancers. There's a huge dance floor and platforms on different levels. And that was packed too!!! It was just so much fun.
Eventually our bus took us back to San Jose and I had to get up bright and early the next day. I took Monday off so I could go to the festival but the only bus from San Jose leaves at 230. So I went up to the university and saw ...
... at the brochure I could see we were in for a two and one-half hour, 1.3 kilometer walk through the rain forest. With just a couple of exceptions the entire walk would be downhill.
Our tour began by walking down to the bird aviary. I have been in several aviaries. I must say this is the largest. There were numerous species in the aviary; however, the stars of the aviary were definitely the toucans. For ...
... that some Costa Ricans believe the function of the new canal would be primarily as a highway for moving illegal drugs from Columbia into the pipelines that lead to the drug markets in the United States.
We spent a very enjoyable three hours cruising on the Rio Frio. With the expert spotting help of Rafael and our boat captain, whose nickname is Mango, we were successful in spotting many species of birds and other animals. Rather than enumerating all ...