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On arriving in Bonito, we went and explored the town finding a sorveteria where you make your own ice creams and pay by the weight of it - dangerous! The next day we relaxed, wandering the small town again and experiencing the amazing politeness of the locals. On our second day in Bonito we went to one of the local rivers. Here the rivers are privately owned so you have to pay for access. The water is well looked after and ...
... got deeper the light slowly diminished. We had to link legs and try to descend at the same pace, and very quickly all sound from others on the surface had faded to silence which created an eerie atmosphere in the cave. After our controlled decent we touched ground again where we removed our harnesses, put on our wetsuits and snorkel gear and jumped straight in the still clear cool water to explore the amazing underwater landscape ...
After about an hour and a half in the water we returned to the lodge and tucked into a great lunch of local delights from the farm.
Back at the hostel, the afternoon was spent resting before we went back into town and found an Asian restaurant which served Dorado which we had swum with hours earlier. The fish was really nice but it was covered with a banana mixture which detracted from the tasty ...
... was very helpful and booked us in for tomorrow. Whilst in town we picked up some lunch and enjoyed it in the park with Leanne and Nina.
In the afternoon we chilled by the pool and tried to let the disappointment of the day pass. As there wasn't much choice for dinner in town we cooked at the hostel and enjoyed our last bottle of Torrentes which we had bought back in ...
... but the place is well-organised and we split into two groups before (wet)suiting up and heading out on the trail through the woods to the start point. It’s a beautiful little hike, but nothing compared to the river itself – largely shallow, with genuinely crystal clear water, and much warmer than expected! The journey takes us around an hour and a half, and it’s mostly shallow with a gentle current, though ...
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