San Lorenzo Inn
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... him. He showed us photos of his family and said some day he was going to buy a house. The rest of the drive was not nearly as heroic, although we did drive part of the way through a rainstorm and then a fog storm that reduced visibility to zero. We continued into the mountains, 5,000 feet, into the cloud forest, to our destination: The Peace Lodge at the La Paz Waterfalls. The little boy was alive and so were we. Peace Lodge, La Paz Waterfall and Wildlife Park ...
... JOKES I'm a volunteer so I have no money haha 30: alcohol in bars and clubs are ridiculously cheap Sort your **** out New Zealand. 31: Danced my wee heart out at a coupley ka pai parties. again New Zealand please sort your **** out, your behind. AND finally.. 32: The best thing I have discovered about Costa Rica is it's people! I have met the most amazing, beautiful, helpful, caring, funny, bestest ...
... it was time to paddle back. I got to go back with Dan and Will and Roisin went together. Dan and I had some good chats, and I got to sing and annoy him everytime he hit me with the paddle :P When we got back I hopped on a motorbike with Aaron and him, me, Dan, Gems, Bek and Will rode to a different, even more beautiful beach. It was Corona add standard for sure! Apart from me being scared shitless on the motorbike and constantly yelling "No mas, slow down" around ...
... for the attack!
A little further down the river, we had the opportunity to swim which I was the only person to take up. It wasn´t really a proper swim because the water was too shallow but it was refreshing and a great experience to dip in the river in the jungle and the guide had PROMISED there would be no camen here!
Next, we headed to an archeological site of a steamship, whose wrecks had formed an island in the middle of the river. ...
... orchid display area. The orchid is the national flower of Costa Rica. I have never seen so many orchids in one place. Eddie told us there are hundreds of varieties in his country.
We continued on to the jungle cats area. I must say my least favorite part of our visit was the various animal cages such as the monkeys, sloths, and the jungle cats. It did look like the animals were well cared for, but I ...