Hotel Sabana B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Best lie-in of the whole trip (stayed in bed till 10am!!).
No points for originality, same brekkie at Rainforest Cafe, then wandered around getting chargers for my iPod and Kindle (grrrr the kindle one didn't work and had to get a memory stick instead boo). Uploaded all of my canon pics onto Google Drive (victory, thank you super fast wifi at La Fortuna hotel).
Then off we head to ...
... waterfalls, including one over 40m high. I was the only person signed up for that day and so I had the two guides to myself. And I was loving it - overlooking the valley, glorious sunshine, a few sloths about and great abseiling. Halfway down waterfall number four, I lost my footing and balance on one of the wet rocks. As I slipped, I put out my left leg to stop my whole body slamming into the waterfall and the rocks. My foot impacted on an uneven rock inside the waterfall and ...
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