Tilajari Hotel Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and learned a little more about the rainforest from the guide in our cart with us. Once we were at the top of the tram, we took a few pictures and then Jason was off to his next adventure of zip lining back down to the ground! We have both previously done zip lining in the Dominican Republic and enjoyed it very much! Jason says this experience was definitely more organized and professionally run. He says the views were amazing and so were ...
... then pulled out a fishing line, attached some watermelon to the hook and within a minute or so had pulled a very respectable sized fish out of the river. After showing us the fish's teeth, he allowed it to swim away.
When we got to the end of the trip, we changed into some dry clothes and had some lunch (rice and chicken for me) before motoring back to La Fortuna. On the way I'm casually day-dreaming out the bus window when I notice Romel, one of the ...
... I warned the people of the park about it, and although I have no idea about the Spanish word for snake (I should definitely look that up some time) I think they got it. When I finally felt a bit better I got back on the bike. The way up might have been quite the work-out (and I admit to walking the steepest bits), the way down was exhillerating and so much fun! The rain was coming down in buckets again and once I got back to town I was absolutely filthy, but after a quick cup ...
W3 are now watching the officer transition. The whole school is here to watch new officers installed. First the assembly with the flag, then national anthem, followed by the anthem for San Carlos, the area where we are now. There is a pledge for the school as ...
... with Julius and was able to hook up with my Couchsurfing host Evan, who was a really cool and chilled guy, and one of the hosts that instantly makes his home yours aswell.
In the morning he drove me to some tall tree you could climb all the way inside of, then dropped me at one of the three entrances to the park (of which rather than paying a flat park fee you have to pay three different fees to access – GRRRRR). I went with the cheapest one as Evan said each of them ...