Leaves and Lizards Arenal Volcano Cabin Retreat
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeaves and Lizards Arenal Volcano Cabin Retreat La Fortuna
We had a wonderful few days here with our two kids aged 10 and 14. We enjoyed just hanging out at our cabin (Toucan), watching the birds and the sloth outside the door. The horses were the best we've ever ridden and we had a very exciting ride through the countryside to an idyllic waterfall. The weather was a little cloudy but we still managed to see the tip of Arenal a few times. Breakfast was always entertaining with a big flock of parakeets coming to the feeders, plus the tame parrot. All in all a really great stay.
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... down the whole mountain. I did not want rappel down this 160 foot mountain. Wanting to say profanity, I gritted my teeth and just decided to scream my head off. After what seemed like an eternity, I got to the bottom and sat in the corner, cold, wet and terrified. I felt like a toddler, not getting what you wanted, or afraid that there were boogeyman under your bed. I went into my dad's arms. He was no warmer than I was. After half of the people came down, we climbed some ...
... Lounge and have a drink. I tried the local Costa Rican beer Imperial as Leesh tucked into some sangria. Lucky we stopped as it began to rain not long after we took shelter for a few alcoholic beverages. We sat there and enjoyed every sip and discussed ways we could set up a business overseas and both be happy...dreaming of course. We stop at the shops, grab some veg for dinner and head back for some corn chips and refried beans on the balcony, our new favourite snack. We delay ...
... books. A slower more relaxed pace has settled over things now. The fruit on our backyard tree has come and gone, so the many birds that used to come have moved on. The howler monkeys have returned to the mountain, so I frequently hear their haunting cries in the early hours of the morning.
It has also been a time of changing emotions for our family, as we start making the transition to leaving this place that has been our home. It ...
... relaxing.It only accepts a certain of number of visitors each day- there was only one other couple there, which was great. Eco Termales is a family-run project that has been built over several years of focused and hard work. The four pools vary in temperature, with the coolest being 91º F and the hottest being 105º F. One of the pools has a refreshing, cascading waterfall that visitors are invited to stand beneath. Paths laid with volcanic ...