El Tucano Resort & Thermal Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into quite the adventure, taking up almost the entire day. We got to visit la playa en jaco, which was almost deserted! And buy some cool souvenirs from a roadside shop. We also discovered that Costa Rican really love their coca cola. In front of nearly every store was a coca cola advertisement. We only saw two for Pepsi! So in the end, I appreciated my moms style of travel. It turns what would have been a two hour long nap, into a five hour ...
... and a lunch break (Moyas Place in Nuevo Arenal which was to die for).
Our first hotel was Arenal Kioro. The open foyer welcomed visitors and the rooms were well made with the view of the Arenal Volcano as its backdrop. Hot springs scattered the back of the complex and a breakfast was available and for the avid reader, yes there was a book exchange.
Before our arrival we had booked a day trip ...
... were exactly what I needed.... My calves and knees do not hurt one single bit!! Dinner was included but, ordering a grilled sirloin in a mountainous region far away from everywhere... Not sure about the meat, it did not agree with me half way through the night. Breakfast was much much much better and the coffee...damn, it's good!! All before checkout at noon, more time in the warmer thermal spring with two drinks, Coconut ...
... I would sit on the hammock and half read, half watch all of the tropical birds flying between the trees, not but 10 metres away. The most striking were the toucans with their stunning beaks and yellow plumage. Now that we're in the mountains up north, we don't get the same picturesque awakening, but not enjoying it any less! I wrote the last entry late on Thursday night after we had just arrived at the Monteverde backpackers following a broken 9 hour bus journey up from ...
From Monte Verde we travelled to La Fortuna, another action packed town. The evening we decided to go to the hot springs. They were different to the last hot springs because they were based at a hotel and were man made pools. We had a piņa colada at the wet bar and relaxed in the warm water. There was also a super speedy slide which Dave went down. Allie told him to keep straight and not to move his head so he didn't get injured, he managed to do this so ...