Lake Coter Eco Lodge
Photos of Lake Coter Eco Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Coter Eco Lodge Nuevo Arenal
Travel Blogs from Nuevo Arenal
... them correctly to form sentences. So far, I'm doing okay but I'm worried I might be in over my head next week with a new class so instead of doing the touristy weekend trips, I'm one of few staying behind to explore the area and study, study, study! Yesterday, cooking class was awesome. Much better than the Flamingo campus as it was more organized with more space, it was funny with the head cook yelling at us each time we spoke English.... "No más ingles!! ...
... the practice course and met up with our guide. Practice time was over and it was time to hit the open road. The roads in this part of Costa Rica are so rough that you can actually go faster on an ATV. Our guide took us through some of the villages and up to a view point where you could see the Pacific Ocean on one side and all of Monteverde on the other. Afterwards we hit some pretty technical trails down creek beds full of boulders. You had to drive pretty slowly as ...
... at a lovely park tucked into
the curves of the river. And as far as I can tell it was just as blue here as
it was in the park!
relaxed on the pebbly bank enjoying the cool morning, too cool to want to swim
in the chilly river, but still wonderful to enjoy nature. The river twisted and
turned on itself making a sharp corner where the water was quite deep. I stood
on the high bank contemplating if it ...
... trumpet, we left her behind as we did our first night safari in Monteverde (the woman who owned our homesstay was already quite concerned that the many birds and animals that normally wandered the grounds seemed to have been frightened off). To be fair, Deb P claimed that she wasn't sick and it must be an allergy, but I'm not sure that being allergic to having a cold is much different to just having a cold?
On our way to the ...
... no sign posts, we got lost. We spent at least an additional 2 hours to get onto the right road and head in the right direction. What made it even worse was the rain and darkness coupled with the thick fog! Katie wanted to stop for the night but I insisted we continue. After asking people for directions (in Spanish!) many times we eventually managed to find the house. By that time we had spent about 8 hours in the car. Not a great start, but we were glad to arrive.