Los Tres Gatos
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... the road at that point being on a big curve and cars flying close by. As we continued, we kept seeing all these signs for a German bakery up ahead. Since Christian is German and after seeing so many signs, we decided to stop when we reached it. Unfortunately it was technically closed, but the owner let us get coffee, tea for me, and gave us some German pretzels. It was super cool of him and it was all good. The tea was some ginger lemon tea he made himself and while ...
... to try some pasta, but it wasn't very good.
I've no idea what we did after dinner, except that we wished we had more time to enjoy the amazing hot springs. We only had one night there, and would be off the next morning to continue our adventure.
Daily bird count = 2
Life bird count = 2
Trip bird count = 66
Trip life bird count = 53
... another nice clean meal before another movie and then an early crash so we can attack the cloud forest reserve tomorrow. Best moment: getting outdoors exploring the hinterland of Monteverde Worst moment: being told multiple directions by 3x different people Banana moment: being so tired and fatigued from the hike, that we stuffed a whole block of chocolate, Oreos and a chocolate bar down our throats... Whoaaaaa such a sugar rush, but obviously needed ...
... walking it felt so much longer but we eventually made it back, to be welcomed by some ice tea in the van. The next stop was the hot springs. Omg they were so nice. Not as natural as they had previously described or compared to the Icelandic ones I went in but still so good. We had dinner beforehand where I had some well good fajitas. There was about 5 small pools all ranging in hotness and lap couple of them had slides and one had a bar too! ...
... of them in the trees, but you do here them scream. My heart is racing so fast and I'm afraid it's going to jump out of my chest. But I'm here and I am determined to do this. I make my way out into the suspension bridge and I can't tell of the bridge is shaking or it's me?! I reach the end and don't dare look down. They attach me to the Tarzan rope and instruct me to hold on right with two hands. My first hand grabs the rope easily, my second hand however does not want ...