La Cangreja Lodge
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... with a refreshing mist. On the trek we had been laughing at a man who was wearing a full suit and nice shoes wondering what on earth he was doing in the mud, but at the waterfall quickly realised he was a pastor and was conducting a wedding at the base among the rocks. This was a lovely and very special moment, however once the bride and groom said I do the heavens quickly opened (bad omen?) and VERY heavy wet rain began. Within minutes we were soaked to the bone and ...
... Club Rio restaurant, and then ventured a little farther to the special hot springs down here. They were supposed to be better, so we had to check them out. We walked up what seemed like a billion stairs, and came to a hot spring that was so hot I wanted to fall asleep. We kept going and more and more hot springs seemed to fill us with energy for what was to come up. We went back to the river, and took a five minute bus ride through some jungly areas and came to a tiny path ...
... top, high-five each other once again and are ready for the descent. Now the hills were too steep to do the easy run down as unfortunately my knee struggles at the best of times on flat concrete, and going down hills is a major no no for me. The pressure on the grafts is too uncomfortable and so it's an easy,slow stroll until we meet the levelling out. A few others are doing the trek up the hill and by this stage, the sun is sizzling and we have a bit of a laugh at a few strugglers ...
Carlos also talked about how it's illegal for people in Costa Rica to own animals and birds native to Costa Rica. But it's not illegal in the rest of the world's countries. That's why they're so endangered. People can make a lot of money selling them on the black market for the pet trade. He also pointed out that it's not illegal in Costa Rica to own animals and birds from OTHER countries. So the blue macaw at the sanctuary is completely legal to own in Costa Rica, but ...
... stretch of road. As you drive along you have to watch out for coatis - these are raccoon-like animals that are indigenous to the area and seem to hang around the roadside - I think to get food from the tourists. The other thing you see lots of are signs advertising places to eat. Lots and lots of signs and they all have their own unique style. We weren't sure whether to stop at Toad Hall, Moya's Place, the Original German Bakery or one of a dozen ...