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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is quite expensive compared to what we have been getting used to. So we rugged up and ducked out to the supermarket up the road. Despite the signs, it wasn't a very big supermarket and not that cheap either. So we grab some pasta, sauce and veggies and head back to have a cook up. But on the way back, we notice an even bigger supermarket (the actual one in town) and so Leesh ducks in and notices the increased variety and decreased price. Once again we are fooled by the signs ...
... for Selvatura. I had a vague idea that I'd be ziplining, but I'd never done it before and once I'd already donned the gear I became somewhat apprehensive. The guides gave instructions on the placement of hands and the position of legs, and it began to seem very possible that I might disable either. Yet I still carried on, answering pertly, when asked if I was ready: Estoy lista. The first length of cable was the unforgettable - ...
... a group I would suggest to get one to receive the most benefit out of it. There were a lot of animals out and I saw a group Coati's running around on the road as I left. Weather was perfect even though it is the wettest time of year the clouds just passed by as we were up there leaving me with a CLEAR VIEW of top and everything and we saw ...
... through forests and jungle and past beaches. We stopping a couple of times along the way for a swim at one of the beaches and to take photos of wild toucans that Sal spotted as we were riding along. The following day we took the bikes out again and rode to the Jaguar Rescue Centre (no jaguars currently unfortunately), where we took a tour of the centre, spotting sloths (only one disappointingly), monkeys, an ant-eater, toucans, snakes, and several ...
... tough but good. For desert I had ice cream. After supper was done we headed back to the hotel and straight to bed, exhausted from our long day of activities. Tomorrow we are whitewater rafting in the morning followed by travelling to San Jose for our last night with the group. There are 7 of us continuing on to Panama so we say goodbye to 10 people tomorrow night. I have lots of pictures from today on my waterproof camera so I can't upload them until I get ...