Monteverde Cloud Forest Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in all, the longest one at the very end being 1 km. the position taken to traverse this was also different - we actually went in tandem- the lighter person in front, laying their back and head down on the lap of the heavier person behind them, and that heavy person wrapping their ankles around the hips of the light person. Being the former, I lay back in earnest so that I would not interrupt the aerodynamics of our ...
... this awesome one with cows in the foreground and mountains in the background. It's my favorite picture I've ever taken. It is amazing! After that scary little ride, we got to the restaurant. Me, kallyn, and cariah were forced to sit with these annoying kids who WON'T STOP SINGING. They honestly don't shut up. After that, we went to the Don Juan Coffee place for a tour and it was really cool! We got to see their natural process for making coffee, and how the different roasts ...
... a deal. Kaileigh, Hannah, and I spent some time walking around Arenal (in the pouring rain) in search for a panadaría (bakery), but were without luck. No worries though because we then went to another super nice restaurant and had another wonderful dinner. And tres leches cake again! Seriously so good! I'm now back at the hotel and tomorrow is going to be a pretty lax day. Were going to see waterfalls and then the hot springs! Buenos ...
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not all of the data and it is time to really start looking at it and see what
it will tell me.
Sunday Tanya picked me up for another relaxing day by the
Rio Celeste. We picked Carmen up and spent a few hours relaxing by the shore of
the river. There were many Blue Morpho butterflies out today, they are so
amazingly blue, it looked as if they were not just reflecting the sunlight but
... However, our favourite part was the Superman cable- a zipline where we were strapped in from our backs and feet, lying horizontally and flying 1km across a lush valley through the mist. We all agreed it was the closest thing to flying a person could get and an experience that will always be remembered.
After our adrenaline rush we hit up the 'Taco Taco' joint in town where Matt and I had already frequented and become ...