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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and leaned out over the edge to start the rappel! This bit was terrifying, putting full trust in a metal bar and thin rope leaning out over a 45m drop. A few steps later they shouted let go and I swung the remaining 35m, screaming like a little girl the entire way down! The next few waterfalls were small and we waddled between them along the creek path through water, stepping stones and the occasional spot of rock climbing. The second to last drop down we were instructed ...
... decided to surprise my family the day the festivities were held. My schedule was awesome, exactly what I wanted. But it didn’t go as planned as I thought it was going to. We woke up, and ate our same-old same-old breakfast buffet. We went downstairs to pack (we extended our stay and had to change rooms) and in about 30 minutes that was full of motivating pop music and huge luggage, we sleepily carried our 6th and 7th person up lots of stars and got to room 202. It was ...
... And how much she was actually holding onto my hand. Even more surprising was that when I started to pull my hand away, Jessica didn't want to let go. After that I completely understood why people want them as pets.
Our next stop was to see a boa constrictor. It was fairly small, and I remember Carlos told us some really interesting stuff about boa constrictors. But apparently it wasn't interesting enough, because I can't remember any of it now. What I do remember ...
... day, it was just a transfer and we jump in the bus. I crash out pretty quick after watching Iron Man last night but Leesh is kicking and sits back and admires much of the beauty of the scenery that she missed while she was having a nap on the way up the mountain a few days earlier. We arrive to the edge of Laguna de Arenal where we see a boat waiting for us and the other 20 odd passengers also waiting for transfer. But as always, we are ...
... of the people here. Damaris, our sweet next door neighbor, Heyner and Katia the young married couple who have put everything they have into the coffee shop that is our favorite hang out spot, Sergio and his son Ricardo who, along with others, started the first free public park here in Santa Elena... and the list goes on.
It is hard to imagine what this place will be like by the time we are able to return. The changing climate ...