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Trip Report My stay at Lands in love, Costa Rica

I learned about Lands in Love by Googling something like “Vegetarian Costa Rica.” I explored the website and without hesitation, I knew this was the place to go. As a vegetarian, bordering on vegan, it is not always easy to find suitable meals. I was so excited that I would be able to have anything on the menu without concern. The variety of options was incredible. The food was delicious and the portions were huge (sharing is definitely something to be considered). A nice addition to the menu would be a kid section, perhaps including veggie nuggets and mac and cheese.

My children and I stayed 6 nights. Not familiar with Costa Rica, I decided against renting a car. There were numerous activities offered close to the property. However, with a stay of 6 nights, we did venture out of the resort to the volcano area for additional activities. A taxi was arranged for two of the trips and a tour company provided transport for one of them.

The atmosphere was peaceful. The staff was friendly and very accommodating; it was obvious that they were all committed to the cause. We appreciated being away from the busy tourist areas, and when we did leave the property, it felt so good to get back “home.”

The animals and the property are well taken care of. The tour guides were fun and courteous. The internet worked well in both the lobby and the room. With regard to the room, I think screen doors would be nice to get the fresh air in and keep the insects out.

During our stay we enjoyed visiting the geese, chickens and chicks, ducks and ducklings, bunnies, horses (including several foals) and other farm animals. We saw large toads, Toucans, lizards (big and small), hummingbirds and an armadillo. There was a nice variety of insects, butterflies and other birds as well. Walking around the property during down time was a good time to explore.

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