Finca Monte Claro
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... bright and early ready for breakfast with the babies, which was awesome! The owner brought out 2 less than 3 month old sloths to have their milk and leaves, and then the 3 week old spider monkey for her breakfast – such a moving experience! Noelia, the 6 month old spider monkey played around in her cage in the background the whole time, and she was so much fun to play with just by moving around outside the cage.
After an incredible stay at the ranch, ...
That evening back at the hostel we decided to go out for dinner with the two Dutch interns at the Spanish school, Anna and Manon, two other Dutch guests and the Belgian boy I was sharing a room with. We ended up having a lovely meal at Turrialba's nicest restaurant (this is not saying that much per se, though the food was indeed great) and afterwards we met up with half of the Dutch boys group at Leland's bar for a few more drinks to celebrate eh.. our survival? The ...
... a forest. This climaxed in a 'superman', where you go head first across a valley picking up some intense speed. It was here that we got our first salsa lesson as a group. All I can say is that it bonded us nicely as we moved to Vivir Mi Vida, an absolute ...
... continued down the river The lodge was very pretty and had some fantastic walks, a swimming hole with a waterfall 2 minutes away and a natural water slide an hour away. We also had a personal guide for the three days- who told us about the area, told us where we could go, and cooked most of our meals. In the first afternoon (after a delicious home cooked meal) we headed to a nearby waterfall where we spent the afternoon jumping in ...
... treated us all to their expedition song and there was an air of excitement. The VMs were paired up, assigned groups to lead through the days activities and we progressed through a similar set of tasks to our first hours, with ice breakers, orientation and swim test covered off swiftly. The venturers were housed in six "hotels" (tents), each sleeping around six people and a giant "resort" (marquee) for the rest. Showing them their new homes with wooden pallets for ...