Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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"I'm okay! I’m okay! I’m okay!"
Dangling upside down by my ankles about 50 metres above the tree canopy, these were the first shrieks to escape my mouth after my bungee jump in Monte Verde, Costa Rica.
Chris and I bungee-jumped this morning with our tour leader, Juan, and our tour friends Tania and Thomas. It was amazing!
Tania, Juan and I formed the first group. While Chris and ...
... come in a bit fast so I could punch the foam wall with my feet.... Just being a little spunky. On each one, the guide asks, "Listo(a)?" to which you're to respond yes or whatever.... Calling out, "Adios amigo!" has a certain appeal but so does the guide saying, "bye-bye!" in a child-like voice. Afterwards, not much more, just waiting for laundry to be done in town so I can avoid dirty/wet laundry on ...
... t like how long it took. It just reminded me of those funny YouTube videos of airline flight attendants talking to the crowd saying something like, "For those of you traveling with your kids... I'm sorry!" I want to avoid slower moving crowds with the elevation change, that will be a good physical challenge for me. Gotta spend at least a couple hours studying, no telling what kind of teacher I'm going to meet tomorrow morning! ...
... them correctly to form sentences. So far, I'm doing okay but I'm worried I might be in over my head next week with a new class so instead of doing the touristy weekend trips, I'm one of few staying behind to explore the area and study, study, study! Yesterday, cooking class was awesome. Much better than the Flamingo campus as it was more organized with more space, it was funny with the head cook yelling at us each time we spoke English.... "No más ingles!! ...
... explained that it was pretty typical, and teachers take the philosophy that if you pay attention, you get taught. If you don't, you don't. We did meet one kid, who I later found out went to private school for grade school, who told me that he did not like public school and wanted to go back to private school, but it cost too much money. I can definitely see why. The first class we visited was a music class where the teacher ...