Casa Ridgway Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stopped on the road once more as Manfred spotted a sloth high in the trees. They are so slow in their movements, it was funny to watch. We used Manfreds binocular to see them clearly. We saw two varieties (each in different tress as they have different territories) the first sloth was the three fingered sloth which are slightly bigger than the two fingered sloth we saw later on in the day. Our group then got taken to a waterfall with a rope ...
... to us. They just said we couldn't go to Costa Rica and typed away - at one point they had just changed our DESTINATION (not flight path) to El Salvador and then told us to figure out a way into CR from there. They actually handed me these tickets without telling me what they were. This was nuts. Finally, we told them just get us home, and we'll find our own flights there. It took another hour+ after this decision to be on our way. I literally stood at the counter ...
... with a short stop at a grocery store along the way. Once at Rio Sarapequi we got suited up with helmets, life jackets and paddles before splitting into groups of four and heading out. Being near the end of the dry season the water level in the river was fairly low so instead of being class 3/4 it was more like 2/3. After a going through the basics we were off heading down river. With the low levels we were bouncing the boat off a lot of rocks so we had to try ...
... around the city but because of the rain and it getting a bit dark it wasn't all that good. When we had finished we headed to the supermarket and bought some pre drinks for the night before getting the bus back to the house to get ready for the night out! They were taking us to a salsa club as they had both been having lessons and invited by the dance teacher to try out their skills. It was a good night very different to our usual nights out but so much fun. ...
... questioned and doubted, challenged and fought, yet he continued to proclaim truth boldly to the people. Whatever his situation, without hindrance, he preached the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ. This part of Paul's story also makes me want to know more about what is truth, so I may be better prepared to make the most of every opportunity to share with others. Reading Acts while on this trip was very enlightening and eye-opening. That's all for now! Adios, ...