Hotel el Belen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... agency where we booked and did eventually sign up for the tour. And guess what, she loved it and has partly overcome her fear of hights. The last few rappels she even did with a big smile on her face. So the tour was nice, especially the location in the jungle. Keen to do it again but this time with a few higher cascades:).
Week 2 of the volunteer work finished so we had to head out again for the weekend. This time we didn't really know what and where and so ...
... in the Swiss dialect. I turned around and was at first perplexed when I saw the older South Americans who had shouted at me in Swiss German. It's very strange when a South American Swiss German can speak. We started talking and he introduced himself to me as Jorge ago. He is a professional tourist guide and thought it would make the city and the lookout point "Casa de Arbol" show me if I would be interested. I accepted his invitation to so we los ran through the city. On ...
... in the same ballet class because they just kept doing all these ‘toe taps’ and ‘pirouettes’. They were there for a good fifteen minutes trying to get the perfect picture. It was like ******* watching swan lake. As we sat there looking on we were having great difficulty trying to figure out how all these people were connected. Just when we thought we might have had it nailed down this older man with a paddy cap entered the equation. ...
... Eoin and Daniel and saw a firework display that was to celebrate 100 years of the local primary school. The next day the weather was much better. We got up early to go cayoning. We went with a company called MTS who were amazing. We even had a practice on the climbing wall by the office and learned to be good at cayoning and rappelling we had to be good monkeys! The cayoning was in Rio Blanco and we had such a laugh absailing and rapelling ...
... back and forth across the valley where there was a river and waterfalls. As soon as we got to Banos, I had to catch the bus back out towards the campground. I traded with another girl for cook groups as she wanted to stay in town. It was no problem but unfortunately the bus stopped in Rio Verde so I still had to walk the ten minutes back to the campground so I was a bit later than planned. It worked out fine though as the others had the cooking ...