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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we were given and it says 1015 bus to Liberia, go to our office and hand them the ticket. We approach what looks like 'the office' and it's closed and it's 0915. Our pick up was in Liberia at 1515 and without having a clue how far away that was, stress levels were rising as we stood for long periods without moving an inch in this massive line. 1000 rolls around and we have barely moved and looks like another good hour in it. So I go for a walk to find help. I use my very ...
... clear day so unfortunately there was little cloud in the cloud forest but was nice and warm and no sign of rain so that was a bonus. We first went to the hummingbird place and it was like a small garden and they'd put up nectar feeders so they would come and hover around. One bad thing was that because the feeders have been there for years the birds have become dependant on them so Jeff was saying that if they were to ...
... garden. Oh! I just remembered. Before we made it to the crater, we saw a sloth! It wasn't the famous type of sloth but it was still a sloth! Hopefully when we go to the cloud forest we'll see more. And yes Peg, I got a picture! (But it's on my camera not my phone so you'll have to wait) So after the delicious strawberry shakes, we eventually made it through the tiny, winding, hilly streets to Grecia where we saw this really cool church that ...
... which was yummss (like a pizza but with tortilla as the base and refried beans, chicken and salad on top!). Realised hadn't really eaten any tortillas or nachos in Nicaragua!
Also took out 100,000 colons out of my bank account (equivalent to $200), crazy uh?
Then another 3hr sweltering and bumpy journey (I was sitting on the wheel seat unlucky) to Monteverde (up in the clouds, ...
... of a grown human being, thus the Tarzan vine. After a relaxing morning spent walking through the rainforest, we felt that we had acquired enough solitude and rest that would provide us with the energy for our next adventure. This time, our desire for adventure hit a new level.....EXTREME. When we found out that a waterfall canyoning tour was being offered we thought why not, it may be neat to learn how to repel next to some beautiful waterfalls. Honestly I ...