Samara Tree House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... hostel. We had heard there were some incredible waterfalls around and the hostel we were staying offered a tour to waterfalls that were very secluded. The first one we went to was this beautiful gigantic waterfall with quite a few other tourists and locals around. It was extremely tall but absolutely gorgeous. We started off by doing the walk around to the top to have a look down. By the time we got back we were hot and sweaty and ready for a swim. ...
... we decide to head back to the hotel for a dip in the pool. Given the struggle Rob had riding the beach, she thought maybe riding the road would be easier. I recall the hotel owner saying she would never ride a bike on the road to Samara due to the hills. Surely it couldn't be that bad. Ignorance is not bliss. It is important to note that the ride along the beach from hotel to
town was 3-4 miles. On the road, with the massive hills and curves, its more
like 5 miles. ...
1. Geckos are the most relaxed lizard thing out there, they're super easy to tame, and won't bite. 2. Leopard geckos can't climb all over the place because they are ground dwellers. I.e no Houdini. 3. Compared to other lizards and most other pets they require very little attention to be a happy lizard. And their terrarium/vivarium is easy to set up (especially since we already own most of the components.) 4. They are nocturnal, so they'll be perfectly ...
The weather here is very humid. I feel there is no point to do my makeup, get dressed up, or do my hair. Looking put together will last for no more than a few minutes. There will be sudden bursts of rain and then it will subside. Last night there was lightning and thunder. Usually I am afraid of storms but here it goes with the vibes and was ...
... to be I'm afraid. So it was back on the airport bus for the demoralising trip back into the centre, relegated once more to the antiquated public buses.
After a 5 hour journey through the mountains, having stopped for every joe shmoe able to lift his hand on the side of the road, we finally made it to La Fortuna and got our first glimpse of the imperious Arenal Volcano. Arenal is currently an active Volcano which had its last eruption as recently as 2010. So being the bright ...