Chill Out Backpackers
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... a new area away from fruit farms.
So now we are packing and preparing for our journey tomorrow. We need to reach San Jose airport by lunch time. It is hopefully a 2 ½ hour journey if the road is not washed out by rain, but Alex has arranged for Kevin to take us and leave very early so we can birdwatch on the way!
We have loved our time in Central America, the birds and wildlife have been amazing and the people friendly and ...
... out of there. Only doing his job, but what an ********!
I kinda felt as though I hadn’t seen all the park, as I never saw the red hangy bridge that’s on all the photos, but took Evan’s word that all of them were the same. I couldn’t afford to pay another fee though, as I had considered paying the $25 for a night tour as 80% of the animals there are actually nocturnal. The weather mashed that plan up, and the only thing I did end up doing was walking ...
... the day. My resident was joyful and helpful and loved by all of his fellow residents and staff. There were other more dependent residents which were challenging in the pool, but the students managed well and everyone had fun. We ate lunch, chased some restless residents, and took over both rest rooms for changing the residents back into dry clothes, diapers, and shoes. During changing, one student was dependently lifting a resident ...
... frogs Herbert could speak English but insisted that we would conduct most of the tour in Spanish we found it fine and really enjoyed being able to understand so much In costa most people speak English and certainly the tourists so our limited Spanish abilities seem to impress the locals The next day we managed to go in the light and managed to get some good ...
... We got some great footage with our GoPro and the guides were taking photos too. We then walked through rainforest and pools back to the office. It was such a feat activity and I'm excited to do more canyoning when we go home although back home is a lot colder! We got changed and were served lunch of rice and beans and salad before taking a transfer back. We spent the afternoon treating ourselves to ice-cream before wandering around ...