Finca Canas Castilla
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... although the men trying to sell rides in there triciclo (bicycle rickshaws) said it would take longer. Two armed guards directed us to a tiny concrete building where we were instructed to show our passports. Step 4: Walk into Nicaragua We walked two feet past the Costa Rican guard under another tent where two more guards were sitting. They told us to show them our passports. When we looked at them quizzically (as we had just shown our passports two seconds ago), they pointed to ...
We had an early departure from Monteverde so we were up fairly early. Pancakes and eggs for breakfast again today as we had another busy day ahead of us. We got loaded up in a van and made the 2 hour drive along the very rough roads to the shores of Lake Arenal. The views were pretty good along the drive. Once on the lake shore we transferred to a boat that took us across the lake. It was faster to travel by boat than by road. The weather was clear which gave ...
... br> above your head and you are swinging like a monkey over tree roots and
up muddy banks.
Finally you are deeper in the forest and reach the highest point,
where we were lucky to get a clear view of Volcan Arenal as the clouds
parted for a few seconds.
We then climbed down a steep muddy trail to Lago Cerro Chato. A
lake in the crater of a volcano. The water was a gorgeous green and all
you could see around you was a deep jungle forest.
... some vortex if I let go. Probably shouldn't have read the diving death scenarios in my dive master book where in one situation a group of divers got sucked down and never surfaced.... The current was also a bit of a ***** because everyone else was wearing bloody gloves to do their lovely underwater rock climbing and I had none. This equaled my fingers being serrated like I had been rubbing them against a cheese grater. Fighting against the current also sucks up a lot of your ...
July is my month of travelling about.
Started out by revisiting Monte Verde. I spent the first day alone while Leo slept in bed with a stomach bug that I'd kindly given to him. So I went for a little hike in the hills and visited the Butterfly Farm (quite small with a few cool butterflies like the Glass Winged butterflies but really tatty looking Morphos) and the Childrens Eternal Rainforest where I saw some Chacalacas and some interesting ...