The Stable Arenal (El Establo)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews The Stable Arenal (El Establo) Nuevo Arenal
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... of the time and they are a blast! I personally think they are the best class and the sweetest kids. This past weekend we had a lot of fun in Arenal going on the safari raft and visiting the waterfall and the hanging bridges. The waterfall was my favorite because it was absolutely beautiful! I can't wait to visit Monte Verde next ...
I sat and drank my coffee listening to the rain pound on the
metal roof. I knew the rain would not last, it never seems too last long here,
and Tanya was on her way to bring me on another adventure! Soon she pulled up
and we took off for Rio Celeste! We had visited this river my first weekend
here but we went to the National Park section which is supposedly “bluer” but
you are not allowed to swim. We met up ...
... on Friday and will not begin their next school year until February. However the director of the school was willing to meet with me, show me around, and explain the philosophy of the school. The school is very different from any I have been in myself, but probably resembles slightly to a Montessori school. She explained that the students are very active mostly with arts and crafts and building things throughout the day. They swim, tend a garden, put on shows and run around in the ...
... is up on the Poas Volcano. That was a great trip, even for non-coffee lovers. The boys all enjoyed plenty of free samples of coffee so they were on a high for most of the day after that! Since we were on the volcano we wanted to go further and see the Caldera. As we got closer though we realised that there was far too much cloud and we wouldn’t actually be able to see anything. We set off for Lake Arenal!
However, on the side of a volcano which seems to ...
... not there. Then a more local driver gave some assistance. Our driver finally made it to the hostel just in time for us to pass out for the night. Almost a full 24hrs worth of travelling (seems to be the norm for us, judging by multiple
train and bus rides not currently documented).
Our first day in Costa Rica was spent wandering around downtown San Jose, the capital city. It was interesting to see the place, quite ...