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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We are really fortunate with our team - from all end of the us and all walks of life -- but all pulling together through this experience. And perhaps the reason things are jelling now is that we have finally slowed down to Tico time. We don't have to build a house, or make something huge to make a difference. Maybe we just need to connect with other people. Or maybe we crossed over " hump day" and see the other side where we land at home. I don't ...
... and some birds...oh well...and met a Tobey Maguire lookalike!!!
Next adventure was the zip line, they had a special helmet to which I could strap my go pro (nice one!). First zip line was a practice one (gripped a bit too hard was my feedback!), the next couple were awesome but not that scary, didn't really scream! Then came the rappel and I did let out a mini scream (lol scared about the Tarzan swing now!).
The last sitting down zip line was sooo ...
... seven and since Sadie had told me to go to her mother’s
house at eight for breakfast I decided to start my day. The walk to the village
was very short so I took a meander to the ponds first to see if there were any
birds, I saw a Jacana and another flock of Egrets, as well as a family of Black-cheeked
Woodpeckers. I played peek-a-boo with a Barred Ant Shrike and never was able to
sight the singer of a beautiful tune from high in the tree tops. It was ...
... the bus to tell the drive
to be sure I got off at the right place. The bus once again trudged its way up
steep hills and precarious river crossing before we arrived at the small
village of Colonia Liberia. I unloaded the bus and was immediately embraced in
a hug by a woman. It was Margarita, one
of the women in the group I would be interviewing; she was there to show me
around the town.
walked to her friend ...
... or stamped, pay some money, and they have changed the procedure since the last time our tour leader crossed.
Costa Rica is even more like the USA, especially the prices. Its currency is the Colones and there are 500 to a US dollar. Nearly all tourist prices are quoted in dollars and change is usually available in dollars. ATMs issue US dollars.
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