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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... with their boards because the waves were big and perfect for surfing.. Bambi was using them to our advantage and letting them bring us in to the beach. I screamed at the top of my lungs as we almost tipped three times. EVERYONE was roaring with laughter... at the very last second I tipped out of the friggin' kayak and my swim bottoms almost came off in the sand. Disaster. It was so fun but I am soooo glad to be on solid ground again. ...
... look on a cloudy day, and it would be very otherworldly, but I'm still happy it was clear because of the amazing views we got. Early in the day we came across a clearing where we could see out to Costa Rica's most famous volcano: Volcan Arenal. It was pretty damn spectacular. But little did we know, we were going to find an even more spectacular view later in the day. Around lunch time came back to the ranger station after finishing the longest trail in the ...
... of walkways and bridges giving a fascinating look right into the top of the rain forest. Five of the party were brave enough to do the zip wire adventure and Tarzan swing. I have seem the photos and heard the terrifying tales, so very glad I didn't join them! In stead we went to the Frog Garden which was much more sedate! It was actually a series of Terraria shown to us by a very knowledgeable young man who had been passionate about ...
... 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 ...