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... to take me ages to get across, I really thought I was going to get stuck ok the middle! Was a cool view over cloud forest and trees but I was too worried I'd get out of position if I looked properly! Guy told me I shouldn't have brakes but I wasn't! Luckily it wasn't just me, Ivo was the same and thought he'd get stuck! Then had to hike to too of hill, god I'm unfit! I really struggled! Then had 2 superman swings, the first one was the longest, a mile long, girls ...
... and stopped off at a huge climbing tree which is hollow inside and has a vine like trunk, Esther walked to the top whilst I looked after her bag, protecting it from "bad boys" as the hostel lady had called them. That evening we went to a new brewery that had opened in the town with our three new Dutch friends. On the walk home I shared my American stories with them and they told me that one American had asked them what kinds of animals they had in Holland, kangaroos? We ...
Monday, Monday. Back to work! Lets just say today had its ups and downs. It started at breakfast when Paul asked if he could work through lunch in order to leave 1/2 hour early, at his taxi expense, in order to watch the USA World Cup game. Our leader told him that was not acceptable because they have a policy of a one volunteer with one local at all times. Needless to say, Paul was not pleased. And neither were the other team members. Kind of ...
... was going to be sick for a moment. We then walked back to the base where we were meant to have lunch before getting dropped back at the hostel at 1.30 in time for our 2pm shuttle to Arenal. The base looked empty and soon we realised that as we were towards the back of the tour they had already taken everyone back to their hostels...it was 1.50pm! Our shuttle was due to pick us up at our hostel in ten minutes and we hadn't even had lunch yet which we had paid for. ...
... bitten!), a pit viper and a baby pit viper. A bird in a tree sleeping. And lots of insects. It was great! So many animals here! The walk lasted until 8.30pm, and then we made our way back to town. The rest of the group had waited for us for dinner, which was nice. So we all headed out to a local restaurant in town. I had faijitas - standard! Food here is more expensive than the rest of Central America. Was 4,000 colones. £4.30. And then back to the same bar as last ...