Hacienda Pozo Azul
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Two hour long trip down the river. It rained the entire time but was a blast.
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Went white water rafting today. Had to take the scenic route due to a landslide blocking the road. Two hours longer but worth it. Rafting photos to come.
... bird fan and I like to sleep. I don't think I missed much anyway, they said they needed the binoculars to see them. So we had breakfast (which included rice and beans) and then went for a walk to a different part of the river that had a swimming hole. Yes, it was raining but at least here the rain is warm and you just get wet.
Once we made it to the swimming hole, it was flooded with a lot of water, river was swollen and moving fast but that didn't stop some ...
... off on our rainforest walk, crossing several of Costa Rica's famous hanging footbridges. These are a little disorienting at first but a lot of fun once you get used to them.
Along the trail we spotted plenty of wildlife, including my first glimpse of a great curassow which looks like a large turkey having a bad hair day. We ...
... a few times. I think he(she) was disappointed jake wouldn't kiss him(her).
A few of bull riders were particularly good, riding with no hands. About half way through when jake realized anyone could go in the ring he decided to take the go-pro in and film a ride. jake and the guy next to him bonded quickly over adrenaline filled rushes by the bull - thank god for health insurance. Two ropers were pretty talented as well, roping ...
... our hair. Then, at 2:00 dad and I went white water rafting. We went over many rapids. The most fun part was when we jumped off the river bank from about 12 feet high. We did this upstream so we could float downstream to the rafts. We also went over some rapids, and then intentionally got stuck on a rock in the river. Then our guide pushed us off the rock, with a loud SPLASH! Tomorrow we will leave for Tortuguero.
Hope you are having a good time at home,Asha