Finca Monte Claro
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... adding more and more layers of hardened rock, pumice and ash. It is active, and last erupted in March, sending a plume of ash into the air that forced the airports at San Jose to close.
We stayed in the town of Turrialba so that we could see a different aspect of CR. It is not on the the main highway across the ...
On the way down to the river we saw so many cranes it was incredible: about 15 had gathered around some cows in a field and some even rode on their backs. We also saw these beautiful Montezuma oro birds that have tails of bright yellow. Getting into the raft and feeling it drift through the water, semi-Powered by our paddling, creates a whole energy that flows to ones muscles and multiplies with each movement. We hit a few bumpy rapids but weathered them well and ...
... no road names, people who drive like maniacs and it is incredibly dirty. They are trying to clear it up but it is taking time. Thankfully we were prepared so knew what to expect.
We took a tour of the national theatre which is extremely lavish considering it's surroundings. It cost 3 million dollars to build in 1897. The costa rican president often visits and ...
... believe my eyes, a volcano in the distance tucked behind the jungle and the most dense canopy exploding with animal noises like a carpet in the sky. After we returned from zippling, I was feeling so wired and alive. The whole experience had been such a highlight. Unbeknownst to Stuie I'd planned the next couple of days as a surprise. So at 2pm a bus collected us and I loved every minute of watching Stuie's face full of curiosity, desperate to know where we were off ...
... were also held; with awards celebrating our Venturers, I presented the well deserved Spirit of Raleigh award to one of my lovely Zulu group. The night finished off with a disco, which was one last time to have a dance with everyone, though not great for the ankle! The next morning, was the Venturers last early start, as they were all now homeward bound; split once more across UK, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Costa Rica and Nicaragua, and many more besides. I travelled on one ...