Finca Luna Nueva Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in between. One was pretty hot, and the other was ice cold. It reminded me of a place my mom and dad used to vacation at on Lake Superior. It had a sauna right next to the bitter cold lake. And they would sit in the sauna until it was too hot to handle, then plunge into the icy lake water, and keep alternating until their bodies were completely and utterly relaxed. So we tried the same thing with the hot and cold pools.
We started off in the hot pool, and boy was it ...
Day 18 (I think) The week starts with English in Damas, we are in grade 2 learning insects (butterfly, ant, caterpillar, lady bug). The kids are writing the names of the animals then drawing their pictures. How did I end up in another class drawing animals??? And let me say my ants and caterpillars aren't much better than my kangaroo. Next art workshop and we are making paper snake finger puppets. The kids colour them in and run around hissing at each ...
... from the zip line experience we were very hungry and the food at the place was not bad. We had these great Maracuya (passion fruit) mojitos. Then it started to rain.
What better way to spend a rainy day than at a hot spring? We decided to spend the rest of the day at Tabacon Springs. A very nice resort with natural hot springs. A lot of the pictures look cloudy because of the steam. I loved it. Their ...
... we made it to La Fortuna late at night, and with no dorms available had to shell out for a private room, but bartered them down, as the owner clearly wanted to go to bed and couldn’t actually be *****. He promised there would be hot water which was quite the luxury.
And herein lies quite a lot of the problems with Costa Rica. You are paying European prices, but the country doesn’t actually have the infrastructure to support it developing so fast. The roads are ****, ...
... parking, and public toilets being clean and numerous. I have no doubt that had we visited other States, or less trodden areas of California, we would have had different conclusions, but California is known for being a wonderful place, and we were very lucky to find that out for ourselves too. Bags were repacked, our sometimes trusty Nisssan Versa was returned, and we caught an overnight flight to San Jose, capital of Costa Rica, stopping briefly in Guatemala ...