Linda Vista Lodge
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... the tram up to the top of the mountain with us, and then we took the classic zip line trip back down while she returned on the tram and waited for us in the shops at the bottom. After a rather cloudy early morning, it was clearing by our 9 a.m start time, and it was a glorious two hours. There were eight separate zip lines leading back down the mountain, and it was a totally exhilarating experience, just like flying through the canopy like a ...
... both drug abuse and trafficking and these have included subjecting passengers to a physical search on return to the ship. Should a passenger be disembarked for illegally possessing drugs, Princess is unable to offer any assistance in dealing with the local authorities or making homeward travel arrangements."
Well I guess I will just have to restrain myself then!
... to work out what her motivation was for this activity.
Possibly trying to scare herself to death?
She certainly did a good job of terrifying her kids.
Personally had a blast and there were some terrific views as you swung through the rainforest canopy. The only downside was that it was difficult to take photos, as we had to wear thick gloves on both hands. A leather one was used as a brake on the cable, while the other was simply to ...
... back after only a half-hearted attempt. It just felt weird without our guide.
... Necesitan a practicar español!!" I got a break from that when I later went to a yoga class at Hotel Belmar which again was far superior to the yoga offered at Flamingo. Beautifully open and serene environment right behind the instructor in a well lit wood floor studio... And she spoke English the whole time, very useful when you want to do the poses with your eyes closed. I'm going back several times while I'm here and apparently, CPI Monteverde is starting ...