Arenal Vista Lodge
Travel Blogs from Arenal Volcano National Park
So basically my life was made today. We saw a sloth. A SLOTH. It moved so much faster than I would have expected. Seriously, so cool. The first place we visited today was the the Poás Volcano. It alternates from being super cloudy (hence the name cloud forest) to being perfectly clear in a matter of minutes. It's kinda ...
... has been a challenge. It is refreshing
to visit this place of tranquility. I spent the afternoon relaxing; I had
worked most of Sunday and decided it was time to just relax. I took a swim in
the river and had a nice fish pedicure. Aka. I sat on a rock with my feet in a
small pool and let the little fishes clean my feet of dead skin, they were
charging $50 bucks for this in Cancun!
After some time by the river I moved on to rest in a hammock. I ...
... I traveled here alone and, without a full understanding of the
language, I remained alone…I think that is the main difference, here I am alone
and I really do not like being alone. Sure I made a few friends but I really like people and a few friends isn't enough, I need to be surrounded by friends to be happy.
I wanted to be that bold independent women who could travel the world alone without fear…but I don’t think I am. I don’t think I ...
... to vote. It was neat to see everyone in town flying the flag of their candidate. The voting only took a few minutes and we walked back to the house slowly. I spent a good amount of time sitting on the porch, talking with everyone, and watching the birds coming to eat the rice someone had put out. I talked to Norma about helping her to plant a garden…I will teach her to garden and she and Omar will teach me to cook Tico food. ...
... br> Zumbado is his last name but everyone calls him that since there are probably a
hundred Carlos’s in town!) Giovanni asked me if I knew what Moringa was. I did
not and he had me Google it, in most of Latin America it is called “the tree of
life” originally from India the crop was introduced in times of famine as a
nutritious, versatile, hardy year round crop. The bush can be cut back ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking