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... t going to sit in the sun with it on absolutely melting. A table soon cleared up and I went to sit at it with my top back on. About half an hour later Laura rang me saying Brian the manager had rung her saying I was lounging around in the sun! Whatever ******** I was in my shorts and bikini top for like 20 minutes, if you're not going to provide us with shade! It was really windy again today and all of the furniture kept trying to make random escapes off the balcony. At ...
... for its amazing tail feathers.
We also hiked out to find a tree that someone at the hostel had told us about. It’s a huge Strangler Vine that is hollow and big enough that you can climb up the inside of to the canopy of the tree about 30 metres up. It was the strangest but best tree climb I’ve ever done! When at the top, we saw another Quetzal which was amazing luck.
In the evenings here, we had a few drinks or Leo beat ...
... was very upset that we were not happy with it and really wanted to try and do anything he could to make it right. He said that they might try to secret shopper them to check it out for themselves and that he would like to offer us a discount on another tour while we are in Arenal. He gives me some discounted rates for a couple of things along with his personal email and cell phone number and tells me to think about it and that if I need anything ...
... a go. After about $2 Junior got one and he gave it to a little boy who was so happy. They guys kept trying and the claw was grabbing on to them all the time but then it would drop when it hit the top. We would have got about 10 of them if this wasn't happening. But it was good fun anyway. 2 hour bus trip back to Tilaran.
At night we went out to dinner and then headed down to check out the set up for this rodeo. There were only a few people there ...
... hotel. She was being yelled at by her boss so he hired her and pays her more than she would make anywhere else. When Bob gets to talking history he’s like a puppy who escaped the leash; he has a lot to say and is excited about saying it. He was born in Saskatchewan but dad moved the family to Turner Valley to work in the oil industry. Dad soon discovered there was too much gas in the air and the kids became sick, so they moved ...
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