San Miguel Plaza Hotel
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... not as good as the Hawaiian one we have been having all week from Bad Ass Coffee. After walking along the boardwalk, under the fort and all the way around the back to the sea we decided to check out the mall of the Americas. We didn't find any of the things we wanted. We saw some stuff at Zara in Panama but didn't get it coz our bags were full, hoping to see it here we were disappointed at the lack of selection. We did however buy a bag. A Kipling with a monkey ...
... was rocky and wet. The falls were running very rough (much more than previous visits 18 or so years ago). The kids swam and tried to get under the falls but it was too rough. The hike back up took us 24 minutes. Similar to walking up stairs for about a mile. We picnicked at one of the many picnic pavilions that dot the trails in the rain forest. At the top of the trail, we crossed the road to see El ...
... a stable with lots of horses, sitting around getting ready to gallop through the forest. A bunch of ATV's getting revved up for the run through the jungle. My sister wasn't kidding about an adventure."Ok so, I'll drive while you can sit on the back and take pictures"
Can you even work that thing?"No, but now would be a good time to learn."
Hey man I am not so sure about this. There's like iguanas and cliffs out there. I think you should let me. I know how ...
... wearing helmets), hike, hike, hike. And then we arrive. It's only about a 28 foot rappel but 28 or 128 it's still scary. They give us our instructions and then the first guide goes down to the bottom of the cliff. I am the 4th one to rappel and the instructor tells me my form is quite good. That is until I slam into the cliff. Oof. It doesn't seem to bad and since you can't really quit in the middle of a rappel, I continue downward. ...
... there were way too many people in this bay and there was too much light pollution. There is another bio bay on the island of Viejes - I hear that's a better place to do the bio bay but unfortunately I didn't have enough days in SJ to go there. I returned to the hostel and watched a movie.
The next day was Sunday. I didn't have much planned this day so I just decided to walk around SJ. ...