Hotel Casitas Sollevante
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mobile phone in their pocket, but they leave it there and chat to each other. As they get on, they greet each other and us. Pete has even had his hand shaken by a chap getting on the bus. It's lovely.
Our new home is rather nice. After all of the travelling we have done so far, it is great to be able to unpack and relax for a while now. The boys were so excited as we have ...
... in La Fortuna. It appears they were doing a tour of beach resorts before heading home after a short vacation.
My sole purpose in visiting Montezuma was to take it easy after so much recent travelling and hit the beach and maybe catch up on some reading. I had great intentions of doing a lot more reading. I thought I would have plenty of time for that on the buses, but I've found that I quite like to look at the scenery (if I can) and at night, I ...
... the sun set as well as the people surfing and the small sales stands set up in front of the place. Shared a shrimp salad and shrimp pasta. Both were very nice. Walked on back and went into the sports bar Nativo we had been to when we were here about four years ago. Had a real nice visit with a Canadian guy here surfing and watching the Canadian hockey game. Explained a lot about hockey and the teams and so on. Had a nice first day and back to the room.
Had decided to walk to the waterfall and actually got underway earlier than we have been moving in the morning. We started on the waterfall trail by about 7 am and think we were the first to head up the trail. When we were getting ready had made the decision to wear hiking boots instead of sandals and really glad made that decision because the walk was not a real easy walk up along the rocks.
We walked down in the river bed and ...
... our own thing and to everyone's credit they had no issue with us doing so. From San Jose we traveled north for about 4 hours in a private bus through rolling hills to the town of La Fortuna, which sits in the shadow of the vast Arenal volcano. That afternoon we walked through the rainforest at the foot of the cloud covered volcano, which has been dormant since 2010 but before then was among the most active in the world. It last erupted in the 1970s and the ...