Best Western El Sitio Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... in this case, since we have an early morning flight back to Calgary tomorrow ...
Liberia city itself isn't too far away from the airport, but by most accounts, the city is a pretty depressing place - a bigger Costa Rican city without much of interest to tourists - so there was no real incentive to stay there either, as at least staying close to the airport offered the advantage ...
... up on him as me, Dylan, Alex and Kaitlyn darted into the forest, looking for wood to create a stretcher. Although as help came they brought a knife to cut down two small trees. We then carried him about a football field's length before switching people. David quickly assured us of a way to succeed. When we got him out of the woods the ambulance awaited. Although me, Alex, Dylan and Kaitlyn did our best to help it was clear that the true hero's of the day were Mr. Gary and ...
... to release and as it was light it was a good chance for photos. However because it was the first release the students had had in the day time there excitement was so funny to watch. I did have to remind them to stay back a few times but it was refreshing to see their excitement. For the evening patrols sam hadn't scheduled me in but I was awake enough so I went out with a group, Alfredo (one of the locals who helps ...
... the bike I was stiff all over
from the effort of shock adsorbing. We stretched for a moment while waiting for
Tanya’s cousin and then we headed off on foot down a jungle trail.
trail was muddy and treacherous but we made our way, the jungle was eerily
quite, it was very cloudy and nothing but the occasional raindrop could be
heard…no birds, no insects, it was strange. ...
... us to learn. In thinking this way, everything becomes "right" rather than "wrong", a nice way to think. Natalee loved the diving too, and was quite a natural. Our fellow students of the sea were a good bunch, and we all passed our open water qualification with ease. We were lucky that we had two great instructors, Nick from Belgium, who reminded me off the scuba instructor from Along Came Polly, and Pablo, the crazy Guatemalan who used to live in Brighton (see pic of ...