Villas Eco Arenal
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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... Viper. A striking yellow colour, it was easy to spot as it pounced, launching itself onto a lizard for its lunch. We watched as the lizard struggled for its life within the mouth of the viper. We watched as the tail was hanging out of the viper's mouth as it slowly lost its fight and the lizard was swallowed whole. Incredible to watch!
We settled into our last night in Puerto Viejo with an early 6am ...
... the area. The Bri Bri found themselves in the same situation faced by marginalized groups all over Latin America; the company had gone to the community leaders and asked if they would like a road built for easier access to the community. Sure! Why not? the community leaders answered. So the road was built, and having no idea what they had signed up for, the BriBri find themselves under the thumb of the powerful company and are now trying to do what ...
Hiking past signs warning "Zone of High Volcanic Risk – You Enter Under Your Own Risk" pretty much guarantees you're in for a fun adventure. And such was the case today as Justin, Silvia, Mom, and I hiked into Arenal Volcano National Park, climbing over lava boulders spewed out from a giant eruption in 1992.
My day began at 8:44 a.m., when I dragged myself out of bed just in time to make the breakfast buffet, which was ending at the crazy early hour of ...
... crutches, Deb tries to talk me into buying a pair for forty dollars but I decide against it. Check into the Arenal Volcano Inn, and it's proper nice. Deb orders me to lay on the bed with a beer, whilst she unpacks, tides up, does the washing, hangs it out and provides more beer. You don't need to feel sorry for her as I then gave her an hour off to go to the pool. Dinner in the restaurant, as with most foreign upmarket hotels it's fairly westernised, so ...
... for some fruit- pineapple and watermelon. While the guides cut up the fruit there were cows trying to get in on the action and trying to see what was going on. I was pretty humorous. At the stop you had the opportunity to jump off a cliff into the river. Patrick and Kate made the brave jump.
We continued on with the second half of our rafting trip and had no more troubles. Since there were only four of us our guide let Patrick and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility