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... you are not going to believe the view and you don't even have to leave bed." Our huge double doors where open and there smack bang at the end of our bed was a valley of lush green jungle and the incredibly impressive Arenal volcano. It was spectacular!! A room with a view it certainly was. Sadly our 5 star resort heaven had to come to end and even though we were seriously tempted to stay another night there they were booked out which was ...
... her bike lock. I neglected to mention she had dumped the bike trying to walk down a path to the beach. Since I loved riding the beach, I offered to ride back to that spot to search for the lock amongst the rocks while Robin chilled in the shade and enjoyed her beer. 10 or so minutes I returned with lock in hand. Success! I was rewarded with a delicious fresh mango smoothie (no alcohol - too hot to drink).
I consider this the calm before the storm. After lounging ...
... now I have seen more fish than I can count (56, I counted). We have plans to go and eat pizza for dinner and I am very excited for this. But, alas, all great stories must come to an end, I plan reading or redditing (if parents permit). Thank you readers for reading my ...
... this part of the drive always has rain and clouds. I was not used to this kind of thing...and I was excited. We had agreed that we would take turns driving.... so my friend drove the first half and I the second. I was unsure of what I should do as I never drove a left hand drive car or on other side of the road like in the US. This was new for me...and for the first few minutes I was adjusting...but it didn't take ...
... The I took a taxi down to the Tabacon Hot Springs Spa. It was marvellously laid out and, although expensive, I thought it would be a great place for a bit of final-day pampering.
The gardens are laid out with steam rising from landscaped waterfalls, pools and bridges. All looked great, but I was more than a little disappointed when I dunked myself in the water to discover it was NOT volcano-mineral water, but just (as I discovered from a US tourist who was a ...