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... worth it just to learn about the land and the volcano. We walked for about 1.5 hours, treading on all the dead lava and we reached the top just as it chucked it down. It was also getting dark by this time so we all rushed back down. The others were being slow and it was one straight path so me and sasha went ahead. We did get a bit worried at one point as it was dark, your walking through almost like a jungle and i think because we were ...
... of the state and a dream catcher- which Ashley wants to wear in her hair! I am sooooo sad to be having to say goodbye in the morning- they are just the sweetest people! I'm nervous to meet my new family as I don't see how anyone could compare. I also found some hot sauce, I haven't tried it yet, but I hope it does the trick as I am really missing my spicy foods! That's one thing I would recommend to future students on this trip, bring your own cholula!!!! I am sooo ...
... with $10 slapped on it… even when the guide book a couple of years ago had things at $4. Soon it will be priced so only rich people can actually afford it.
But enough moaning, i’m just going to focus on the good things!
We did that hike a bit quicker than planned, so with not having much time to travel Costa Rica, we waited until the receptionist at the hostel was on the phone and did a runner as we were waaaay past check out time, but wanted to go and get the ...
... to relax and do a few more things. Yesterday, we went to Salvatura and walked the Suspension Bridges through the Cloud Forest. That was $30 each and included the shuttle. The Zip-lining was an extra $45 so we gave that a pass. We saw a few birds and animals, and lots of trees and plants. We met a couple from Sweden and spent part of the walk talking to them and taking photos.
Today, we are headed to Monteverde Cloud Forest.
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The flowers hummingbirds use for nectar sources have evolved with them. To
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