Arenal Vista Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Real, who would store our bag for two weeks until we returned for our night in transit on the way home for no cost. hotel is opposite the airport anyway so no t much of a deviation for today.
Landscape once again had lots of peanut farms which are pretty much exhausted after 5 straight years of crops. It seems that often the peanut growers will nake an offer to lease the farm for 5 years so the farmer gets a nice lump sum up front, but is left with a farm full of ...
... with a guide of course). We were all kitted up to go as we slowly maneuvered our way down a very slippery muddy hill side. Feeling this would be the biggest challenge of the day I felt proud that neither Oliver of I had slipped down the hill. Once in the kayak it became apparent how much the storm had hit Arenal also as the river here had swelled too. This didn’t deter us though as we started to paddle down the river in our shared kayak while ...
... a few of the girls sang. After a short time I remembered I
had not packed yet and excused myself from the group. Packing didn’t take
nearly as long as it did the first time. I guess it is easier when you know
everything has to go. I needed to use the spare duffle bag I had brought to
accommodate souvenirs, but it all fit pretty easily. I am really looking
forward to being home. ...
... finished and cleaned up we made a big pot of coffee and enjoyed the
fruits of our labor with bread. My favorite was the mango butter; the papaya
was also very good, and the chayote sweet pickles where different but pretty
good as well. Once everyone had dispersed I gathered up the sweet little girl
cat to watch some TV and relax. She is still in my lap purring away. I am
looking forward to another night in a big comfy bed waking up to a chorus of
exotic birds. ...
... terrier mix, had stayed inside with me
for a while but she wanted to get outdoors once he heard his pack barking at
something. Ernesto has seven dogs and a
handful of cats, he said they are necessary because he had a problem with
Jaguars taking his goats and he needed the dogs to protect the stock. And the
cats to keep the mice at bay, although I don’t think they are working to ************ight since two of them are sitting with me while ...