Bosque de Paz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... David, Ben and Poppy were still confined to their sick beds, so Claire took me the short 15 minutes drive to pick up the bus, which was there ahead of time.
My tour guide, Alberto welcomed me on board as the first guest of the day and introduced me to Jorges, the driver, who didn't give me any welcome of any description.
After picking up a bus full (16) of passengers including a group of five Romanians we set off towards the Dako ...
... at Mawamba lodge we were thankful to see our driver waiting patiently
for us, though we do think he smiled a little as he saw us come around the
corner! He was nice enough to let us go into the restaurant we had been to a
couple of days ago to get some breakfast. Back on the road we headed west to a
town called El Silencio. This is in the heart of a tropical cloud forest of the
central volcanic valley in Los Bajos Toro. 500 acres of gently flowing creeks
... can do. It hasn't failed me yet although it has given me some very interesting stories. And the soccer thing, I think it's soccer school and I really hope it's not like the whole swimming fiasco because I don't want to take soccer lessons with five year olds. I'm now laying in bed, pretty much packed and very tired. It's 11:07 here so that means it's 12:07 in Wisconsin. I better hit the hay. I hope tomorrow goes by fast because I'm very ready to be on American ...
... people in the group, not 14. We're to meet in the morning at 7:45 am.
We asked him for his recommendation for a restaurant for dinner. He told us we were best to eat in the hotel at the El Cafe. In lieu of the police state outside our door, we took his advice. Please note that our hotel was located in the best part of town.
We're both looking forward in beginning our tour tomorrow. Early to bed ...
... his country and nature in general. The last stop of the day was to a black sand beach which had some of the best (and probably scariest!) waves we’ve come across on the trip. We stayed in the sea for ages getting beaten up by the water before an incoming thunderstorm signalled the end of our trip.
The next day we moved on again to the town of La Fortuna which is situated a few kilometres from the imposing Volcano Arenal. ...