Terrazas de Golf Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Castillo, we were welcomed by a very pretty town topped by a high primitive fort which gave the town its name. Later on in our stay here, we went to visit the town´s museum and find out more about the local history, which was really amazing. The fort was built in the effort to defend mainland Nicaragua from the real deal Pirates of the Caribbean who would use the Rio San Juan as a passage directly to Grenada - a city of treasure and delights! El Castillo was ...
... with a very colorfully painted cart and two large oxen.
The buses pulled over at the coffee estate and let everyone out. We had parked in front of a small building that served as a coffee bar and gift shop. The name of it was La Casa del Café la Luisa. Below and behind the building were the fields of coffee plants. To me, the plants looked like small, full trees. Most of them seemed to be seven or eight feet ...
... guide this time didn't speak much English, but could spot the smallest movement from a bird a mile away. The trip turned out to be just the three of us, and we spent a few hours cruising around the river banks looking at birds. At one point there was a crash in the trees and a huge iguana fell thirty feet out of the tree and into the river at the edge of the bank! It quickly scrambled back to dry land where it sat looking slightly dazed until we drifted out of sight. Back to ...
... with the 5 volunteers living here, all of whom speak English fluently,and he understood everything that was going on. I wish I could remember French an Spanish that well :( So that's the end of my last full week of volunteering. 3 more work days, then I'm off to the beach to go diving. This weekend, we're going to Manuel Antonio national park, which is meant to be one of the most beautiful places in Costa Rica. Very ...
... were doing.
Up until the 1980s Costa Rica experienced rampant deforestation, losing over half of its original forest cover. Since then, the government has enacted stringent laws to protect forests and rivers, yet these laws are rarely enforced. Because of this, even if it’s your own private property, it is illegal to cut trees without permission from MINAE, the government resources agency. MINAE rarely grants permission to cut trees, so in theory ...