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... mum for 3 months, so it was wonderful to see her too as she’d treated me like her second daughter when I stayed in their house. The ranch was such a lovely place, run by an American lady and her Costa Rican husband. It takes in animals from the government run animal protection agency and they have a whole range of toucans, sloths, macaws, an otter, a small ocelet type mammal, porcupines, owls, spider monkeys and a huge hawk that got shot in the wing. After ...
... and full of all that rain we'd been having and the rafting trip we were setting out on was ranked class III/IV, with I being easy and V being for professional rafters.
Our rafting guide made sure we all got down the river in one piece. He also made sure we got plenty wet along the way! At various times he deliberately made us steer into the quickest rapids, make us paddle back into gushes of water, had us sit up front on top of the raft (riding the bull) and both me and ...
... garden in behind a cafe that had a few walking trails. After walking around in the garden, we headed back to meet up with the girls and figure out dinner. I wasn't feeling 100%, so we all had a mix of stuff for dinner, the girls having leftovers and Erich and I made Kraft Dinner (Sometimes a little taste of familiarity helps!). We were all in bed early for our last night, since we had a 5am wake up call for our first bus, to attempt to get back to Lost and Found in one ...
We had decided a while ago that we wanted to do a three day rafting adventure, similar to one Amanda did last time she was in Costa Rica. This three day trip was along the Pacure River, and was for 27km. On day one you raft in, day 2 spend around the lodge and day 3 raft out again- and we had a blast!! We were picked up from our hostel in San Jose, and traveled for a few hours till we reached the river. Here our group of twelve ...
... from our host countries. They had been through a tough assessment process and as they had all met before, there was a definite comraderie. To welcome them to the fold, we held a Spanish evening; where speaking English was banned and our Spanish was put to the test. The evening was fun and also an insight into how these guys would feel, as the main expedition language would be English. An empañada contest was held, with our hosts as our teachers and whilst my team ...