Monteverde Cloud Forest Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... whole thing for 50 years. Pelly and I also squished full a sugar cane through this grinder thing and squeezed out some delicious syrupy juice we all tried. Had several other chocolate samples while learning about the cocoa plant and how it is turned into chocolate, including the best hot chocolate recipe; ground cocoa nibs, raw sugar, chili, vanilla, black pepper, salt and cinnamon. I was rather jittery after all these ...
... allowed to do actual superman with arms out though as not heavy enough. This one was cool as didn't need to think about anything as they do the braking for you so you just had to cross arms and legs and fly! Didn't go particularly fast but really cool to fly over the canopy. Towards the end I thought I was going to turn as quite windy, and came in quite fast but was cool to fly for a mile! Last one not so long and got to superman right at the end. Then the scariest ...
... is enjoying it more than the other! ;)
The next morning we went for adventure and did the Sky trek canopy. http://www.skyadventures.travel/Arenal_ En/Sky_Trek.html. It looks a bit scary when you go up with the tram because you don't know what to expect and you have to wait quite long because there are about 20 other people that do the same tour with you. But once you go it gives you the most amazing ...
... fascinating to watch instead of scrambling to get out of it.
David was happy that we arrived back in the hostel just in time to watch Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid battle out the Champions League Cup Final. It was still raining heavily so David settled down with a few beers to watch what turned out to be a great game - three extra time goals for Real confirming their worthiness as winners despite being behind for most of the game.
... to Monte Verde. It was an interesting trip on a rough road at high elevation. The scenery was very lush green and hilly. We stopped at
El Trapiche which was a family run plantation of coffee, sugarcane and cocoa. We had a home cooked lunch and very interesting tour of the plantation. We bought some Costa Rican coffee and Doreen had a ride in an ox cart. Too bad we missed an opportunity to have a photo of us since it was a our 13th ...