Villas San Angel
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... landscape. We had a great conversation about our shared passions. He then joined Sylvie, Paul and I on the Arenal Volcano hike. The rainforest was lush and we saw quite a few plant and insect species. The smell was indescribable. The sunset over Lake Nicaragua was beautiful. After a late dinner we turned in for an early morning. Paul would be heading back to San Jose to fly out and Sylvie and I were heading on to ...
... I was so excited. We got out, paid, and then we were off with two of our own personal tour guides that were going to be ziplining with us. As soon as we geared up, we were off to our first line. There were a total of 11 cable lines in the tour. The first line was more so practice... They taught us how to hold on, how to brake, what to expect, etc. It was nice to have a 1:1 ratio of tour guide to person. That was probably the best part. They asked us in advance if ...
... one go, had the shortest breath ever and they poured more in which I definitely did not have enough air for. I tried to stop the flow of the booze, I am not one waste alcohol, but most of it just sprayed all over my legs. Tom had also given me the best tip ever which was that if I didn't like what had gone in the funnel I should just use the snorkel blast method and thereby spraying my wonderful instructor with whatever was in the snorkel. Mahahaha. I ...
Usually, happy hour is associated with two for one beers and an extra paper umbrella in your martini glass. But I prefer to look at all my entire day, from the moment I wake up, as a wonderful collection of happy hours. I decided to make a journey out to the Corn Islands, off the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. But instead of taking the easy 45 minute flight, I decided to embark on the multi-day journey with cabs, boats and a fleet ...
... were so cute! But seriously, don't touch them they're electric and apparently they can deliver a nasty shock! Maarten and Alan it turned out had not made it back to the start point so it was all to play for in the navigation stakes. I knew I had navigated my directions perfectly and also knew that we were not back at the start point. Something was wrong! Basically they hadn't done the angles on the directions right as we both navigated to the same spot. So ...