Hotel Rey Arenal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for two hours down the river.
Dan had the foresight to bring a little water-proof camera which he strapped to his helmet for some great action shots. As well as riding the rapids, each of us took a turn at sitting on the bow and holding the safety rope with one hand as if we were riding a bull. That was definitely the best moment on the ride.
Halfway through we stopped to eat some fruit and watched as fish jumped to eat our discarded pieces of ...
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We've arrived in La Fortuna, at the Hotel Las Colinas. It's much more humid and it's been raining for a while now. I took a very nice nap on our 2+ hour bus ride, and was woken by the AC freezing me to death. So I suppose I can't complain! Our bus is huge, meant to hold 50+ people, and we don't have more than 30. It's very nice, and I'm glad we ...
... 8211; I missed all the last buses so had to stay in the port town, where out of the blue got a message from Sony – a Mexican Couchsurfer I had stayed with 6 months ago. By complete coincidence she happened to be staying in this EXACT port town that I was in by accident– Fate aye!
Spent the next day together, getting up at 4.45am (this is getting silly now) to visit Manuel Antonio national park which was ridiculously touristic but really beautiful and was good ...
... did the talking and saved us about $8. When we went back to the same place later to pay, another woman tried to charge us $24 per person when she heard me speak but we said NO – the lady earlier said $20 – so she backed off. The trip itself was decent. About 20 minutes to the lake by shuttle, 45 minutes going very slowly across a big lake, and then about and hour bouncing our way to Monteverde through some of