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... the beginning, but as long as you just look straight and not down, you'll be OK. I was amazed with some of the members in our group -- there was a little boy (4 yrs old) and I never heard him cry or whine at all despite the long walks, uphill climb and the swaying bridges - he was just going along with it - so I guess we couldn't complain.
We ended up in a look out to see the rumbling, steaming Arenal Volcano - ...
... t exactly see where we were going we didn't know what to expect. Suddenly we were picking up speed, a lot of speed, and we shot out of the canopy and across the canyon. That line was over 500m long and was about 250m above the bottom of the canyon at its highest point. It was so awesome. Overall there was 14 zip lines, 4 of them were over 500m across the canyon while the others were shorter through the jungle canopy. There was also one spot where we rappelled ...
... the broom when the music stopped was the "turkey". Fortunately I was not invited up to dance but Doug was – we were told it was rude to refuse a child – not that either of us would have refused this bit of fun. I took photos and I thought as the dance progressed and the music continued that Doug was lucky to have avoided getting the broom … oh oh … he got the broom .… oh oh … the music stopped and Doug was the Turkey. They gave him ...
... We saw 3 sloths sleeping high in the trees. After the tour we traveled on to our Hotel Cipreses in Monte Verde. As a group we walked to the town and had a typical Costa Rican meal in a small family run restaurant.
The plantation tour was very good and getting stuck on the road was part of the adventure. As Cindy says "Ya never know" It is always good to have Plan B.
Monday December 30
After a nice breakfast ...
... take a good look at all the crocodiles along the river’s shore! Our guide was quick to add that in Costa Rica, no one swims in the rivers! We now knew why!
The lush green landscape along the way was awesome! In the distance, ranges of mountains with clouded summits were breathtaking as well as jungle of forests and rainforests.
As usual, ...