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Mon Mar 23
... to hike Cerro Chato, right next to it. This much smaller volcano has a crater that's filled in with blue-greenish water and it did look really pretty in the few minutes of sunlight we had. The trail leading up to the top is very steep and it feels more like climbing up a very irregular set of stairs made of tree roots. We did make it, though, and were rewarded with a view of the crater lake and Arenal itself. We were so tired from hiking up that we decided against hiking ...
... more pools and tried each of them. When we got to the top we found the hottest pool right next to the coldest pool. Having done a Finnish sauna and then jumping into Lake Superior in Canada, we tried the same thing with these two pools. First we got into the hot pool, then the cold, then the hot, then the cold and one more time. It is so relaxing, all your muscles just melt. At the end your body adjusts quickly to the changing temperature. Now ...
... be 20 minutes of struggling around in the water only turned out to be about 5 minutes and the only thing the crocodile had to eat after all of that was my sunglasses. Believe it or not, we didn’t let that minor hiccup stop us from continuing our relaxing paddle down the rest of the river, only we were a little wetter.
The following day we decided to skip the hike up to Arenal and try and see it in a different way. We made our way ...