Hotel La Pradera
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... follow. There's a couple of sloths on the trees outside the lodge, they don't move much. In La Fortuna they met a cool guy at Red Lava tourist centre, Wybe (Dutch) who booked their trips. First off, quad biking. Ian displayed his gentlemanly and mature side rolling back virtually into Sarah and Naomi's quad bikes than revving really hard to spray mud (and in Sarah's case) actual cow poo over them. Having rained continuously for days mud wasn't in short ...
... saw another hummingbird poke his head in the garden, and bought 2 fabric quetzal ornaments. We dabbed it to Santa Elena town, where we then entered an orchid museum and were instructed by an apparently expatriated gringa on how to identify an orchid's structure (petals and sepals) and what we needed to know about its function (using color to lure insects to spread pollen without even producing nectar for them in exchange, a trick that ...
... must have had ambitions to be a rally driver, the way he was throwing our van around the dirt roads. There was a beautifully coloured bird by the road but we flew past it in a blur. At one point, he nearly drove straight into a bird of prey, that had caught a squirrel, flying low over the road - no way was he breaking unnecessarily.
After getting all the required harnesses put on, and a hard hat, we went out for our ...
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... bend and sway it would snap so this is fine, don't hold onto the edges because it makes you feel more wobbly, enjoy what you can see because you are in the canopy of a forest, how often will that ever happen! Keep your eyes on the path, because if you are lucky you might see a highly venomous striped palm pit viper, only 1 meter away. Hold on tight when it comes to the 157m long bridge, when there are too many people on this bridge it tends to sway a ...