Hotel Jardines de Monteverde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for Selvatura. I had a vague idea that I'd be ziplining, but I'd never done it before and once I'd already donned the gear I became somewhat apprehensive. The guides gave instructions on the placement of hands and the position of legs, and it began to seem very possible that I might disable either. Yet I still carried on, answering pertly, when asked if I was ready: Estoy lista. The first length of cable was the unforgettable - ...
... off at a bus stop on the side of the Interamericana Highway. Here we were supposed to get picked up by another bus to go to Nicaragua, but unfortunately it drove straight past without stopping for us, so instead we were left to hail a bus on the side of the highway to get to the border (not too often we can say we hailed a bus on the side of the road to get to another country). We didn't have to wait long though and made it to the border without ...
... After getting geared up with harnesses, helmets and gloves there was a quick safety demonstration before starting. The zip lines ran through the jungle canopy and were all of different lengths. The first three were pretty short, the warm up I guess before things really got exciting. Gina and I were at the front of our group as they joked that we were the guinea pigs. We did the first 3 on our own, at the 4th zip line our guide connected us to the line together. Since ...
... it was fine - out in the open, above the trees. Nice views. Then a massive hike - for about 15 minutes up some steep forest. It was nice and pretty though! Then for the big one. The longest zip line in Latin America - at 1.6km long! And with this one you have the option to go 'flying fox' style, laying on your stomach, attached by the harness on your back! I said I wasn't going to do it - it was bad enough just sliding along sitting down! And that's what I was ...
... so not sure how I'll be for that. It's really mountainous and from silly hot temperatures we have suddenly plummeted to really cold and extremely windy. I'm sat on my bed and I can hear things being tossed around outside. Bit scary but I have armoured myself with yet more vodka. Can't wait for the rum to kick in. Today was a bit of a funny day. It's the 3rd anniversary of my heart attack and while I'm obviously pretty damned grateful to ...