El Tucano Resort & Thermal Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... river resort and instantly had a good rapport with them but of course Anita was the main topic of conversation. They a larger than life couple from Monteverde; Christian came running up to us one lunchtime in his swimming shorts shouting that the water slide was broken. "It doesn't work for fat people!!!", he exclaimed. It transpired that every time he went down, no matter how hard he pushed off, he got stuck halfway. I don't think I've ever directly laughed in a fat mans face ...
... now have to go down a spiral staircase to the final zip a really short one to end a fab canopy tour. Now for a quick lunch before our next adventure, the skywalk. Quesadillas and chips for lunch and then we're off down to the reception area to meet our guide for the walk, just a small group of us and four others and our lovely guide Nancy, the rain has stopped and we are starting to dry off a bit so we walk into the jungle, Nancy welcomes us ...
... El Rio Bolsa, everyone got in a raft with a dutch family, it was all going well until the mum fell in and Martin tried to make a joke which wasn't funny and just confused the situation even more. However, it was really good fun, and even though it wasn't really adrenaline racing or 100% exhilarating, it was a really good time. Afterwards, we were driven (by the ...
... and gave us our oars. We were set! The kids sat up front, Sam and I in the middle, and Walter was at the back of the small inflatable raft, steering us. He'd yell when to paddle hard, paddle left, right, or backward, and we'd comply. It was clear that this ride would be substantially more "exciting" than the low water we had in Washington. Many times our boat filled with water after a rough rapid, and we'd paddle out of it, laughing and loving the ride. It was an ...
... time, it's because of the atrocious state of the roads in this country!
We discovered this firsthand today as we picked up a rental car and made the trek out to the Arenal Volcano, a drive that, by numerous accounts from trustworthy sources, should have been no more than four hours. It's what the guidebook says, and was confirmed by both the Arenal Observatory Lodge's website, and the car ...