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      Recent Alajuela Province Reviews

      It was a very nice house with a spectacular view of the lake and volcano!

      5 of 5
      If you love hearing howler monkeys going off every morning and you love the most awesome view of a live volcano, it just smokes a little, and a lake, which has some awesome fish in it, go see Alberto( guide) at Le Mesa De Mama. It is the last house on the road going up. There is zip lining and horseback riding and hang bridges and the list goes on and on! The food is absolutely amazing, the Fusion, Le Mesa De Mama, Pizza John's, the hot springs in La Fortuna! All we did was sleep at the house because there is so much to do! Go to the Eco Zoo and see a young man name Chris, great tour from him! The people are awesome!!! You won't regret it!!
      • Submitted: Mar 7, 2017
      • Stayed: Feb 2017

      Lovely home, lovely community, amazing people!

      5 of 5
      We do not like touristy, busy vacations. We were looking for nature, the simple life and getting away from it all. This place fit the bill! Yes, getting there (that road!) was an experience, but as Ticos say "you get used to it." The house is something else! It is an architectural beauty! Be aware that you have to climb a steel, secured to the wall, ladder to get up to the 3rd floor loft which wasn't a problem for us, but could be for some. The outdoor jacuzzi is not working, but the indoor jacuzzi tub does work. We had no problem with wifi and the television had English channels (although we didn't watch much tv.) What we really enjoyed is walking to the village (3 minutes) and getting to know the people at the restaurants, stores and the local bar where our family (kids too) ate many nights. The bar owner accommodated our various dietary restrictions w/help from a local who spoke English. The local market there has basic items and food. However, I would load up w/groceries in Sarchi before going over that mountain road! It's far and the road is not for the faint at heart. My daughter got a fever and fell ill one night. I panicked a little as we were far from a hospital. I called the property manager Jadir, who was great. He called the village nurse and she came over at 9:00 at night and gave my daughter some type of extensive glandular massage on her arms and stomach w/olive oil plus had her drink some concoction with lemon, soda water and salt. In the morning my daughter was 100% better! Oh, and the price? Nothing. She said it was a "present." My daughter also went to the medical clinic for an infected toe. We got antibiotics and the price? FREE! The people there are so NICE! We really made a lot of friends and connections in that small village. Yes, we did the El Silencio hike and lunch which was breathtaking and delicious, and we went ziplining in La Fortuna, swam in the thermal pools, etc, but it was truly the people there that made our vacation! Now back to the house; we had no problems. It's got everything you could want! We did temporarily adopt a little gray tabby cat who came morning and night, like clockwork to get some food. If you see him, please give him a pet and an snack. He is homeless, like many cats and dogs there. Christopher was great to deal with. You have a beautiful home in a beautiful setting! By the way, BRING A THICK SWEATER! It gets chilly at night and rains sometimes! 5 STARS!
      • Submitted: May 7, 2015
      • Stayed: Mar 2015