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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up at 6 this morning and had an amazing breakfast at our hotel! Now were off to poás volcano! We saw a sloth on the way to Poás this morning. He was hanging on the power lines. Everyone got out of the bus to take pictures! And then we saw an armadillo on the path up to the volcano! The volcano is amazing! So big, we took a lot of …
... ill. My dreams of getting a nights sleep on the plane were not met as I arrived in Costa Rica with red eyes from sleeplessness. Huh. Red eye flight. That name really makes sense now. Once off the plane the memories of the bad flight were quickly pushed to the back of my mind. Finally I was in San Jose. Getting through customs and baggage was a breeze and we quickly found our ride to the casa.
The casa is beautiful. Our host family has been very welcoming, and ...
... with my body slowly twirling, I managed to grab the rope the Jump Masters tossed down and also get my glove all tangled in the rope. Wasn’t there supposed to be a carabineer on this rope to attach to my waist? Oh yeah, I need to find the end of the rope. I managed to untangle my glove so the Jump Masters could pulley the end of the rope upward to my level.
Temporarily worried I would detach myself if ...
... of the Santa Theresa Beach....they have much nicer places to surf and boogie board.
As for myself....I love to connect with the people in this area. The culture is so very different, but people truly can feel love. We are feeling more like locals now and we are forming relationships. I'm so thankful that we have had the chance to be here. We miss everyone at home and can't wait to see you all.
... everyone else off, it seemed like no time at all, before we were greeted by our friendly ranger and volunteer co-ordinator at 7.30am. We were shown the camping area where the bamboo for our bashas was languishing on the muddy ground and we were invited to join in the park anniversary celebrations later in the day. We soon set about configuring our basha camp and selecting the best of the damp bamboo, in the hope that it would serve us well for the next nineteen days. Once ...