To date, one of our most recommended stays in Latin America is without a doubt, Rancho Margot. The ranch maintains nearly 400 acres tucked snuggly on the banks of the Rio Cano Negro as it flows into picture-perfect Lago Arenal. There is something for everyone at this family run ranch, be it adventure, relaxation, education or all three.
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February 22, 2009 – 10:17 am
By Melissa Terry | Posted in Costa Rica, Environment | Also tagged chilamate, costa rica, hydropower, juan sotheim, organic farms, organic food, rainforest, yoga | Comments (4)
Nelsâ€™ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans
February 20, 2009 – 10:57 am
This is Nels’ first attempt at summing up the week. It is actually my fault that it is up a week late as we were out of internet contact for the last few days and I forgot get it posted before we got out of contact. So this one if for a week ago and another one will be up in the next day about this last week. ~ Steve S.
February 9, 2009-February 13, 2009
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Borders, Visas and Paperwork, Central America, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Expedition Updates, Nicaragua, Road Conditions | Also tagged border crossing, Central America, costa rica, decameron resort, deep sea fishing, el cuco, El Salvador, honduras, house rental in nicaragua, Nicaragua, organic farm, san jaun del sur, Villa Noche | Comments (4)