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Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... rejects and had lots of quality problems. Thankfully the pancakes made up for it! We went to Skytrek which is a canopy zip line place just by Arenal volcano. Arenal is active and until recently you could see lava coming out of the top. We could see some smoke coming out which was exciting enough for me!! We got a cable car up to the top of the zip lines and after a few practice goes we were ready. There were 8 main wires of different lengths, ...
... a bit like a triceratops
There are birds with peculiar calls in the national park.
Walking back through town there were also lots of 'street vendors', many just having a bag of papayas/ phone cards/ hair bobbles on the floor and then they would just shout. A few on corners set up stalls with more than one fruit, but the majority were one-(wo)man-one-product operations.
... 10 minutes looking for in the shallow scrub. ‘Is it venomous?’ I ask.
The last part of the hike is up and along volcanic boulders formed after the eruption, and it gets you through scrubby bushes to a platform of sorts, I suppose, but most of us in the group were kind of teetering on a few rocks to keep our balance. One woman was re-assured by her partner that ‘there’s no shame in using your hands’ if she happened to ...
... this, and know that generosity manifests in so much more than just giving away material goods. Generosity must be lived by giving yourself fully to others, openly and with love and trust that most people are good, knowing that kindness always comes back to you.
I’m excited to see what other life lessons and experiences my remaining month in Costa Rica will hold for me. I’m now accompanied by my fiancÚ Adam, who’s visiting me for ...
... lunch - beans and rice!
The Costa Rican people are really nice & friendly, very good humoured and very proud of their country. One point they mention a lot is that Costa Rica hasnt had an army since 1948; the money is instead spent on more essential items, like Education. Maybe some of the money should be spent on their roads! It is a really nice place to visit and a shame we didn't have time to go to some other places in Costa Rica.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed