El Tucano Resort & Thermal Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... falls as they were certainly looking that way. A great young man from Costa Rica started telling us all about the monkey's appearance and habits as he was a naturalist who was guiding one of the groups, his love of wildlife shone through. At the top we looked through the gift shop - there was also a lovely restaurant but we had decided to walk back to town! This was an excellent decision as we saw things we just sped past in the taxi. Most notably we saw a ...
... 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 ...
... kept turning away just as I snapped the photo. Tim and I decided to do the extended ride back to the hotel; others chose to ride the shuttle bus. Heiner said that part of the ride was more "roly" than "poly" and he was right ... Longer hills. After returning to the hotel, we went to the hot springs to relax, which felt really good to our tired muscles. Dinner tonight was in the town of La Fortuna at a popular restaurant. Then back to the ...
... of La Quinta who in charge of pineapple production and the leaf cutter any exhibit. We weren't too sure what to expect but it turned out to be fascinating. Because the man spoke no English, Rayner translated for us. He has set up three different leaf cutter any colonies in a series of three greenhouses arranged in a U shape. He used dead limbs, twisted vines, and other pieces of wood to build runways for the ants. He provides fresh leaves every ...
... to spend 1/4 of our days with sore butts on plastic seats. Lunch was (of course) delicious!! We stopped at a place that made not only exquisitely painted ox cart wheels, chairs, etc, but also made the largest ox cart in the world!! (Pics attached, of course!) More later! We've got a break, and then dinner! Sólo quiero dormir ...