Monteverde Rustic Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and it's a great place set right on the pacific coast. Amazing surfer, party and chilled vibes all at the same time. We went out to grab some food and explore the little town that afternoon, before getting ready for a pub crawl party that evening. It was so much fun and we met some cracking people and drunk far too ...
... At our accommodation we have been watching the Golden Orb spiders. The females are large and colourful and she catches food for her male partner to eat. He is small and brown and if he gets in the way she kills him. There have also been some giant grasshoppers (sorry don't know technical name) which are about 15cm long. They live in the trees and eat the leaves, sometimes they can strip a tree in one night. When they fly their ...
... store that sold the correct sized fitting for the fridge so it is hooked up properly. There are millions of ferreterias (hardware stores) and we explored many of them. We have 3G internet access from our deck, so if we had brought our own laptop, we would be able to access it right from home. Today we spent the entire day in the treehouse, the kids are painting and we are relaxing.
A little weary of the English-speaking travel scene, we wanted to save some money in expensive Costa Rica and try to live a week in the life of a farmer.
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... different from anything found in England. It is made only out of planks of wood and corrugated iron for the roof. The house was divided into a couple of rooms, but there were no doors, apart from for the toilet. The toilet didn't have any flushing system and so we had to fill the bucket up using the shower and then manually flush. Crazy! It was obviously makeshift plumbing and so we had to make sure we didn't put our baby wipes/their yellow pages (which they use for toilet ...