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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Establo Monteverde
Plenty of space for our family of 5. No air conditioning and upstairs loft was too hot (no fans available). Buffet breakfast included was okay.
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... we got to admire it for a few minutes before a guided tour of 20 people arrived to share our find. Still it was an amazing experience and another male arrived to compete for the more modestly adorned female. In the forest we also saw the following: The very beautiful blue crowned chlorophonia A Guan Hummingbirds Brown Jays An orange and black millipede A number of smaller unidentifiable colourful ...
... Rican mountains and lies within a cloud rainforest reserve. The climate was very wet and cold which was a lot different to the heat we had experienced in the last few weeks. It was a nice change in fact! Upon arrival in the early evening, we managed to find a cheap hostel for $7! The town was very geared towards tourism and due to our time constraints we booked a zipline tour for the following day as soon ...
... You see all people on the streets and especially lots of kids walking back from school to their homes. There's also lots of dogs everywhere, and all the kids in our tour group were just ecstatic to play with them.
The flight to Costa Rica wasn't bad at all. We had a hard time falling asleep because it wasn't comfy. Once we landed we were escorted to customs. We got through no problem. So, we made it and have no clue what were doing. We exchange our money and have the slightest clue how to use it. Haha After exchanging money we proceeded to leave the airport. We were bombarded by taxi drivers but we denied because we insisted on finding a bus to take us to the ...
... lost somewhere in San Jose but eventually she walked in. The next morning it was another early bus which would drop us in Santa Teresa, a cool surfy town on the bottom of the Nicoya Peninsula. It was a bus, ferry then bus again and took 6 or 7 hours. The surf looked alright so i found a decent board and managed to get it for $15 which gave me all afternoon and the whole next day to use it. I got a few waves over the next 2 days and was pretty happy to be in the surf ...