Delfin Beachfront Resort
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After our Costa Rican rodeo experience from the night before we were up before 7 as we had some serious zip lining that needed to be taken of. The hotel served a fairly decent breakfast so we ate there as it was quick and easy. I had a stack of pancakes and eggs. Our pick up arrived at 7:30 and the days' adventures were about to begin. We had prepaid for zip lining when we signed up for the trip so the only thing we had to pay for was any of the extras that we wanted to ...
... the Golfo de Nicoya. Very small classes, with mostly girls for both of them. Their core classes are taught in english and then they have spanish instruction each day. They are the only international students in each of their classes, but both have remarked on how kind and welcoming all of the kids have been and that the teachers are "awesome"! Overall the girls have made the transition quite well so far, but there have certainly been a ...
... america. Everyone except for me went ziplining today. I did think about having a go but my fear of heights proved too much. After seeing the ziplines today im glad i didnt have a go as i would have hated it. Instead i travelled up on a cablecar above the cloud forest. I had to cross one hanging bridge which moved to get to the cable car and that was enough for me. As we rode up in the cable car there were fabulous views of the cloud forest. I saw an armadillo and an ...
... cloud forest. Basically, it didn't rain for 25 days, and that is totally bad news bears for the cloud forest. But, we did end up seeing a sloth! We were climbing to the top of this tower to look out and see Volcano Arenal, and the little guy was in the tree next to us, just climbing around! On our night hike or caminata nocturna, we saw Trantulas, Toucans, Rana-nanas( which are teeny tiny frogs) and Trantulas. And once again, the sky was super amazing at night in ...
had our run ins with ants, spiders and a few geckos who crawl around on
the inside and outside walls. You just need to accept it as part of
your reality here.
favorite place to go was to Playa Las Manchas right below where our
cabin stood. Such beautiful, clear, turqouise water! Put on some shoes
and explore the rocks to see crabs, small fish, sea weed, hermit crabs,