Hotel Lavas del Arenal
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Good value. Clean. Nothing luxurious. Thin walls. Outside of Fortuna. Better you have your own transport.
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In der Nacht hat es fast ununterbrochen geregnet (besser: geschüttet). Die Geräuschkulisse unter einem Wellblechdach ist beeindruckend ;-))). Der Regen hält auch tagsüber an und so entscheiden wir uns für einen Badetag. Dank Vulkan gibt es ja auch heisse Quellen und einige Badelandschaften Costa-Rica-Style. Auf dem Weg dorthin nehmen wir unsere …
Oh my goodness, what a day!!! We started early to go to Monteverde preserve. This was founded by a Quaker, who saw the beauty in the land, purchased a great deal of land, went to the states to raise $90,000, and purchase the land from the remaining farmers, hunters and ranchers. They then sold the land back to Costa Rica for $1 colon. (In today's economy, $1 is $500 colon. ). This was all done because some Quakers moved to the area after being conscientious objectors ...
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After a day of relative relaxation yesterday, we were in for a day of public transport from Liberia to Cañas, Cañas to Tilarán and finally Tilarán to La Fortuna de San Carlos. The first bus to Cañas was just a boring ride down the InterAmericana highway and the second not much more interesting although we were heading towards the hills. The final bus trip was much better in terms of scenery but not so ...
... the hanging bridges. What started off tranquil enough soon turned into to an annoying bushwalk as the only thing you could hear was the very nearby zip liners scooting through the canopies. This of course scared off any wildlife that had ever lived in the area making our walking tour very, very uneventful.
Being a little disappointed with ...
... There are many species of Owl butterflies. They are a large butterfly and can have a wingspan of up to 8 inches. On the underside of an Owl butterfly are large "eye-spots" which look like an owl's face. These "eye-spots" are used to scare away predators.
Butterflies pass through four stages of development in ...