Up and down over twisting mountain "roads" and a couple of hours later we were near the Arenal volcano. Along the way, we stopped a German bakery that we had eaten at before for authentic schnitzel, goulash, and a heif weizen. We also had our first official wild monkey sighting, which was VERY cool. Read More...
|Plenty of room...|
|Stopped along the way from some great German food.|
|Got to meet a puppy too...|
We arrived at our next destination, Mystica, but unfortunately, the driving rain arrived shortly after us. We had enough time to get settled in, but within a few minutes of parking myself in the hammock, and I was getting wet.
Oh well, or room, nay, our villa, is certainly more than comfortable, and a great place to weather a storm. The entire front wall is a giant sliding door--one panel of glass--that affords us an amazing view of the lake and the surrounding countryside. It's stunning. Actually, I hadn't remembered that Jean had booked the villa for us, and as we were walking past the other rooms (which all looked great), I was psyched when we came around the corner to see the villa. Awesomeness indeed.