Tilajari Hotel Resort
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... of really heavy bursts of rain, accompanied by loud thunder but it just seemed fine to stay in the river, we were already wet but warm.
The rain storms continued for the rest of the afternoon and evening so we decided not to venture too far and just to have take away pizza for dinner. We did treat ourselves for a bottle wine though - after all we had saved considerable sum of money by going to the free hot springs.
... lab where we had time to have discussion with the children with help of guide translating. We are told a previous OAT traveler provided the computers and OAT the tables and chairs with the provision that the school would maintain the air-conditioning for the lab. This is one of our best experiences for a school visit because the students ask us questions and we can also ask them questions. We learn that the students understand English ...
... did embarrass myself on that one, slipped a couple of times :) next one was the bigger one where you could bounce off the wall and then rappel down - was super fun! Then cannon ball into a puddle (quickest way to get completely wet) and then the biggest one (around 160m down) woooohoooooo.
Back for lunch of surprise surprise (rice and beans or if to mix it up beans and rice). Looking forward to chilling out this ...
... 6:40 am by Jose (driver and new friend) and Jason (Pure Trek guide). After a couple hotel stops to pick up other canyoneering adventurers, we made our way to the start of our jungle hike to the first waterfall. I used the travel and wait time to practice my Spanish with Jose (and keep myself chilled). The Tico people are so nice, especially when they realize you are interested in their country and language...and you know me, I love to immerse in the culture. Good times.
... food rested on - that was a really neat presentation!
Friday - July 26, 2013
We got to sleep in today! Our zip line tour doesn't pick us up from the hotel until 8:10am, which is the latest start we've had in some time. 12 hours of sleep did Kim good (or at least she's convinced me of that!) so we're getting ready for another day of adventure here in Costa Rica.
We finished complimentary breakfast at the resort, and then the bus from ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility