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... up really liking it by the end. The last part was a giant rope we had to rappel down, but it went so fast it felt like the Tower of Terror in Disney! SO amazing! I luckily only saw 2 butterflies and only screamed once when Rene scared a stick bug into jumping off of a tree right at me. Jeff was there and I pinched and twisted the back of his shirt trying to hide behind him.
At the end of our tour it started to downpour. We could ...
... There are a series of pools each heated a bit more. One has bar another sauna. All sculpted and landscaped Last one has water slides. So since i had not done that i had to try. It was a thrill but nobody told me to cross my arms and when i landed i must have had arms out stretched and pulled pec muscles. Ouch It was eleven by time we got back and the windey road even worse going down in the ...
... fix it. Bloody thing. Kind of need it as I really didn't want to take my iPad to Bocas! I have no luck with technology. I can't believe that I only have 6 weeks left! It's gone so fast, I'll be home before you know it! Day 57: Today I'm helping Tom out with a refresher for two open water students. He wants me to demonstrate 3 skills for them to copy. Two are easy, it's just the regulator recovery with the two techniques to clear the regulator of water and the other one he wants ...
... one on which I had loaded GPS Travelmaps maps seemed
better. Again, you get what you pay for (or don’t pay for….). Ergo.
When we finally made it back onto a “proper” road (one that
had the makings of a tarred surface) even this was pretty rough as it wound up
into the hills towards San Isidro de le General. The surface was uneven, really
badly patched and often dangerously potholed. I wonder how the overland motor
bikers get ...
... who were a lot of fun. We crossed the street to the only other club open called Voodoo Lounge. Outdoor dance club... It was fun! Good tunes and such. Last night at Pacifico, we saw a lot of the same crowd, In fact we ran into the Hawaiians again. I talked with Brian for basically the whole night,we had some good debates on how unfortunate it is that he's American lol.... Good night !!!! Oh I should mention the sunsets here.... AMAZING!!!! The beach club we went to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Iguanazul Santa Cruz
Perched on the edge of a cliff at the end of a dirt road on the outskirts of Junquillal sits this lovely hotel. Rooms are basic but clean but the pool is magical. A quick walk down to Playa Blanca will have you swimming in shallow rock pools full of brightly coloured fish and the odd octopus. Take your snorkel gear.
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