Villas Eco Arenal
Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... the water will drain into this new area that they will make a pond for Tilapia. The next group was planting coffee beans and finally there was the caña de azúcar group. I took my machete and got to use it to cut some sugar cane- until juan informed me that mine was too dull and gave me his to use. Either way- this was so much fun! After cutting the long sugar came branches into smaller sizes, they were planted ...
... t realise because I had fallen asleep, and just presumed the driver would stop and tell us – but then I made the stupid error of presumption. Anyway this border town was a turdhole as you would expect, but in amongst the stares (yes you can stop staring now you know… nope your still staring!) we got a room sorted then set an alarm at 5am to get the hell out of there and to where we wanted to go in the first place.
Not that that was the end of the problems – we ...
... Andre had an excellent beef stew and I had some great tamales. We decided we would come back there in the evening. So after doing nothing all day – we went back to the fair where they were going to have a Rodeo. We met a nice older couple from Saskatchewan (tons of Canadians in Costa Rica) and hung out with them for a bit, had a beer and chatted. Afterwards, Andre wanted to go back to the comedor and have his stew ...
... and love, complete with taste tests of their best chocolate. But wait, theres still more, you will also get to squeeze all the sugary juices from a sugar cane and drink the results. And if you are really lucky, you might get to ride in a cow pulled cart.
Step 7: Cloud Forest: Another early morning rise is best if you wish to go and witness the cloud forest of Monteverde. If you are extra lucky, the weather will be perfect and there will ...
... their personality. The local people believe that every person no matter race, sex, size etc is the same. We stopped at some swimming pools close to the park and ordered our 'tipica' lunch and headed off to the trail. Trumpet plant - used for cancer and pain relief. Very strong Holler monkey next to rio celeste water spot Stopped off at the Peace tree - 500 yrs old. Sabor tree. After paying our 'voluntary' fee we entered ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility