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... to get some assistance with a few bus ticket operators all pointing in a direction (all different) which I gathered meant see that person. A little old lady with a clipboard sees me and smiles and I walk over and ask if she was with Transbusa. She smiles and says 'Si'. Phew, found her. She informs me of buses come every 45 minutes so we never miss one. Bit of relief, but still no idea how long to Liberia. Back in line and as usual, barely moving with time progressing. We ...
... metal. After that, we got back in the bus and made it to Sarachi where they are known for the World's Largest Ox Cart. It was HUGE! And after that we toured an Ox Cart factory and got to see the intricate paintings in the process of being painted. They are beautiful and those guys must have so much patience! There we also had a really yummy buffet lunch. We then got back on the bus and drove like 2 hours to Arenal where we will spend ...
... nicer and cooler here :)
So excited about tomorrow, booked the zip line with a 40m Tarzan swing!), hanging bridge and night hike for $100 (it ain't cheap..but let's not put a price on fun :) )
Dinner at the Treehouse restaurant and had a yummy casado tipico con lomito and a sex on the tree cocktail lol!
Then back to la casa....cannot wait for tomorrow!
V and mini V ...
... it would be out of our comfort zones or abilities however, when we got hooked up to our harnesses and then stood on the edge, all I could think was ohhhhh Frick! The second it started pouring rain we put on our rain jackets although were soon informed that they were of no use since we would be wet anyways. I envisioned a sort of rock climb rappel down a wall edge with a small waterfall gracefully cascading through our legs as we descended; walking on trails to get ...
... far noisier than our Hanging Bridges walk. Ben managed to spot some of the loudest birds. We have yet to identify them (when we could only see their tails, we thought perhaps they were toucan, but a glimpse of the beaks dispelled that idea). Their call sounds a bit like radio static. Their tails, or at least the underside of the tails, are a bright yellow, the bodies black with glimpses of red. I took what pictures I could, but they were high up in the ...