Delfin Beachfront Resort
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... GoPro we were off. Amanda and I took it in turns to go first down the next zip line whilst the other took footage on the GoPro.
Some of the zip lines were made for two people and damn they were fun! 12 out of 13 zip lines done, it was time for the piste de résistance, the final zip line fondly named the SUPERMAN. Unlike all the other zip lines that we had completed, this one is a change of style and pace. Having the harness removed and turned 180 degrees, ...
... rich biodiversity as well as the water resources that were being jeopardized by erosion and continued deforestation. The resulting Cloud Forest Biological Reserve was the first private reserve in Costa Rica and remains one of several in the area. The Quakers remain active as both farmers and community members in the area, maintaining a meeting house, library and bilingual school. Santa Elena developed parallel to Monteverde and continues to be ...
... of a stack of others- that all offer roughly the same adventure- because it offered extreme speeds, dozens of ziplines and a 1km ´Superman´ thrill.
We had a fantastic morning flying through the jungle and over canyons on the speedy ziplines. We also did a fast repel and a massive tarzan swing that rattled most of our nerves- especially mine and Mary's. I think we both needed to be physically pushed off the edge!
... the map and data of this hike at bit.ly/Lucas-CRhike1. We hiked 3.07 miles from the overlook in a loop back to the visitors center along the Pantanoso, El Rio, and Quebrada Cuecha trails, making a short jink along the way to see a waterfall. We traversed some steep terrain, which Mom found challenging.
We completed the first hike at 2:50 p.m., breaking to eat a snack near the visitors center. Mom decided to skip ...
... we set
the GPS and off we went.
I'm actually not sure
what road we took to the Puntarenas ferry, but it was really easy and
had quite a few tolls. Luckily, we exchanged for some colones at the
Holiday Inn Express beforehand. I found the highway incredibly easy to
navigate, just be aware that they often add lanes only to take them away
again. Sometimes it is for trucks to ...