Buena Vista Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Hola from....well from Texas. This is Sean and I have been asked by my Wife Julie, who might I say has been having such a blessed time with each of your daughters, to let you all know that everything is going great in Costa Rica but unfortunately due to some rain activity last night, the church WI-FI has gone out. From what I was told they had an amazing day yesterday feeding the community and building ...
... we, in our deluded minds, were choosing to look at it. Rather than catch a boring, bumpy and quite possibly (Particularly in Cori's case) nauseous bus ride to Monteverde we were taking the far more interesting, adventurous and believe it or not quicker route of travelling by horse. Our route would take us around the lake that separated the two towns over hills and through rivers ...
... hike the base of Arenal, a fairly inactive composite cone volcano. We had expected it to be belching slightly but it has only been smoking for the past two years. Before we made it off the road to the guesthouse we are renting, we noticed some people on the side of the road with spotting scopes. I was hoping they were birders and there was something cool, but I got an even better surprise. A sloth!! I totally freaked and ran around the car a ...
... we want them to do. On Wednesday we will read the story to 5th-6th grades. On Thursday we will explain how to
plan and do a play, and what roles are needed. There will be three acts: The young, proud bird; the old tired bird and nest building; and the fire and new bird hatches. On performance day the play will be delivered in Spanish so parents can understand.
... After staring for so long that we and all our cameras were drenched, we moved on with our hike. Joel spotted something moving on the path, and the guide dived for the bush and caught a little frog. We walked on, and I screamed when something grabbed the back of my leg...but when I turned around I realised it was just Jose trying to scare me. As we continued our walk, we could see that the top of Arenal was covered in fog, and ...