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... site it was time for lunch. Afterwards we set off in groups of 8 in our rubber rafts down the lazy river under instruction of our guides who thankfully knew how to keep us out of the trees. There were a few stretches of white water but nothing too scary and overall we had a very pleasant time bobbing along for a couple of hours. The bus collected us a few miles down river so we didn't have to paddle back to the start and ...
... or two too many cocktails as a result. This is not karaoke but there are times that the crowd out-sings the entertainer. It is great fun.
One more thing; I had breakfast this morning with Michelle Murlin, last night's entertainment. Her show was great last night and the company this morning was delightful. Over our desayuno, we shared stories of Broadway, road companies, LloydWebber, trumpet players and more. ...
Just a really quick note tonight to reassure family and friends that we arrived safe in Costa Rica around 12:30 today. Great flights and care via WestJet (as usual)... we also had amazing flying weather! Clear skies, you could see the ground or ocean most of the way, just a few beautiful white fluffy clouds for contrast:-)
Customs was a breeze despite the great quantity ...
... and the driver was loaded with cash! He'd have no trouble giving back change for a 10,000 colones bill! It did take forever to get to Sarchi because of such frequent stops. We passed by two other Central Valley towns and coffee plantations, though they weren't as scenic as the guidebook described. I mean, they were laid back and naturely.
We knew we were in Sarchi because of the colorful mandalas and furniture ...
... enough to see two pairs of these birds...but from very far away. A local guide with large binoculars was kind of enough to point them out to us as we were walking on the trail. During this visit we also saw highways of ants carrying leaves and flower pedals, as well as a variety of tiny birds, banana trees, etc. Later that day I went to the Los Sueños gym to work out while Charlotte went for a ...