La Posada Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Far different than the hanging bridges we traversed in the Amazon, these were in some ways more stable, with heavy duty metal wires connecting the bridges to steel towers on each end, but in some ways more treacherous. These were slippery, higher, and the chicken wire that formed the side walls of the bridge were not connected at the bottom, leaving enough room to slip through if you should fall or lose your footing. It was another misty day, which evoked the movie ...
Awaking after a very windy night, we set off for some zip lining adventures. There'd be 2 practice ones and a couple of 'real' ones before we got to the last two lines where you can fly through the air like superman :) it took a little practice from knowing where to keep your dominant hand to breaking but I think we did well, no one got stuck or hit our catchers. ...
... did surfing had their first class this weekend and the rest of us spent the day at the beach and rented a few boards between us and surfed on our own. Also a dead sea turtle washed up on the beach which was sad but very fascinating. I was so big! The group of us that wasn't surfing left at 11 to come home. Tonight we were going to have a superbowl party but plans have changed and ...
... of La Quinta who in charge of pineapple production and the leaf cutter any exhibit. We weren't too sure what to expect but it turned out to be fascinating. Because the man spoke no English, Rayner translated for us. He has set up three different leaf cutter any colonies in a series of three greenhouses arranged in a U shape. He used dead limbs, twisted vines, and other pieces of wood to build runways for the ants. He provides fresh leaves every ...
After a long day of travelling I arrived at my new home late last night! I met some great people during my travels over here and I am still fairly cluless of what to expect. (hopefully I will learn more at orientation today at 1). Unfortunately when I arrived to Costa Rica last night it was dark so I haven't been able to really get a lay of the land. My family is very nice there is a mom and a dad and a brother. There would be another brother but he is studying in ...