Mystica Restaurant Lodge & Retreats
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I stayed at the Hotel Casa Rio Blanco Eco Friendly B&B in Rio Blanco. This place was a great
little find. The lodge was set on the edge of the rain forest, the lodges were well kept, clean and had hot showers. Food was supplied ...
... so close, and got a lot of good pictures. I suggest to go early because it’s getting too hot around 10 am even though it is wet season. The drive was so fun for me I didn’t stop the whole way because I love driving and looking at the scenes of the country side especially living and never leaving the coastline for most of my life. ...
... of the male Replendant Quetzel and also got to hear and see the Three Wattled Bellbird! It was an extra treat to have them with us to celebrate Todd's birthday. We had a delicious dinner out and cake and ice cream back at our house. They also got a tour of the girls' school and a hike on one of the trails to see some of the forest restoration projects they are doing there. An added bonus was that a big festival was going on in town to raise funds for ...
... countries,who were really good hikers.I decided not to swim in the lake so then we climbed back up the trail of mud,and then back to the lodge where we swam in the pool for about three hours.
Rafting and Nicaragua by Tessa
The rafting trip was the best thing for me in our whole trip. We were picked up at our hotel by a mini bus and drove to a river called the Rio Balsa. When we got on the river it was really cool and ...
... Jose. I will most likely not get to see either of them before leaving, which is
sad since they are the only people I had really developed a relationship with
and now I cannot say goodbye. I had debated trying to catch the bus to Cano
Negro but it would have been rushed and really not as much fun to do alone. I
decided to stay in Upala. I went to the river, far north of town where I had
seen the Tiger Heron a few weeks before. When I saw the heron I had noticed ...