Casona Rio Fortuna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... up to go to our volunteer project at a local coffee co-op! Not only did they have coffee there, but many other plants, goats, a cow, pigs, and chickens - this was definitely my cup of tea! When we arrived at the main lodge Don Guillermo introduced us to the farm and what it's all about while we drank some of the best coffee ever. We then split into groups and had different tasks. The first group would be planting ...
... much the same, and had a couple of hours walking round the Cloudforests, seeing a few birds and stuff.
I don’t get birdwatchers…. Birds don’t really excite me – its just kinda ‘oh that’s a bird’. They are too much like ******* and never stay still for more than a second before flapping off somewhere else before you’ve had a chance to look at them properly. Then you get the people with camera lenses bigger than their head, setting up ...
Our day began with a 5am wake up call to ready ourselves for a busy day ahead. We assisted in rounding up 39 residents from Manos, directed by an army of volunteers and staff from Manos Abiertas. Bags, restless people, food, and tying wheelchairs to the top of the van occupied us for about an hour. Needless to say, it was some sort of controlled chaos.
Three hours and a bathroom stop later, we arrived at the hot springs. In a ...
... with Tessa and Maren that remind me why we are on this crazy adventure where there is no snow. On any night right before sunset if you walk up the hill from town we call “butt kicker #1,” there has been a three toed sloth eating the berries in this tree about five feet above your head. Seeing how excited Tessa and Maren get each time they see the sloth puts a big grin on my face. Also hearing the girls talk about ...
... transfer picked us up at 3pm. The Baldi hot springs is like a thermal pool theme park. There were 3 slides open and they were fast! One had you sliding at 45km per hr and you hit the water hard! I got a bit of whiplash too! We spent the rest of the afternoon moving from one pool to another and they were different temperatures. Some were way too hot and others were just right. Just after 6, we were very pruney and got changed before ...