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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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... of the American guys if he'd been to the shop yet to buy alcohol. "What?", He answered, "whats a shop?". I couldn't believe my ears. He didn't know what a shop was and English was his native and only language. Esther and I found this rather hilarious and educated him on this new and obscure word. The next morning we managed to catch our 9am bus to Monteverde, a mountainous area, and began our 8 hour journey! We eventually arrived and booked ourself onto a zip lining tour the ...
... was going to be sick for a moment. We then walked back to the base where we were meant to have lunch before getting dropped back at the hostel at 1.30 in time for our 2pm shuttle to Arenal. The base looked empty and soon we realised that as we were towards the back of the tour they had already taken everyone back to their hostels...it was 1.50pm! Our shuttle was due to pick us up at our hostel in ten minutes and we hadn't even had lunch yet which we had paid for. ...
... in the old days to carry coffee beans to be processed. The visit to El Traphice was very interesting and worthwhile. Its colder here in Monteverde and it rains quite a lot as well - just like Wales. Except for the bugs. The costa rican bugs have decided that they like me and Ive been bitten at least fifteen times on my arm even though Ive been using insect repellant. I had to visit the pharmacy today to get some antihistamine tablets and cream for the bites. ...
... to get back to bed early. The next day, we went on a canopy tour. This exciting adventure consisted of traversing from treetop to treetop with specialized climbing equipment over a horizontal cable that was connected between the treetops of the cloud forest. On each tree, there was a platform where we could stop to enjoy the scenery of the forest canopy. The canopy tour offered 9 zip lines (up to 1,960 ft long and 260 feet above ...
... siento." ("I'm sorry" - if you're going to have one phrase...) Things warm quickly and Miguel tells us all of the things we should have been told when we arrived. There is a great room through a door we were never shown with a TV, water dispenser, etc. There is access to the computer. He also tells us that the closest town is not only tiny but it's not worth being in. He explains that this location saves hours of driving and asks sincerely that we suck it up (not a quote). ...